Man Convicted In ‘Good Samaritan’ Murder

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(Memphis) A 43-year-old man has been of shooting another man who had tried a break up an argument.

Norwood Tillman was convicted of aggravated assault in the shooting of Richard Clark.

Witnesses said Clark tried to stop an argument between Tillman and another man March 9, 2009.

Tillman pulled a pistol and fired at the man with whom he had been arguing and said he hit Clark by mistake.

Clark was hit in the upper part of his left arm, entered his side and exited his back, but the 52-year-old man has recovered from his wound.

This happened at 1002 Walthal near Park and South Highland.

Tillman faces 3 to 10 years in prison.

Tillman has a prior felony record and also has another pending aggravated assault case.


  • Magilla Gorilla

    “A 43-year-old man has been of shooting another man who had tried a break up an argument.”

    Strong in you, the illiterate side is…..

  • Leeboy

    Please explain how the suspect was charged with Murder if the victim has since Recovered from his wounds? Or, am I reading the wrong story? Please proofread and correct your articles before publishing.

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