Warrants issued for man accused of firing shots at woman, five-year-old boy in Millington


MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Millington police issued an alert for a Memphis man who allegedly opened fire on a car containing a woman and her five-year-old son.

Two attempted murder warrants have been been issued for 30-year-old Cordarylyra Aaron who authorities believe to be the woman’s ex-boyfriend.

Police say that following the shooting outside the Millington Public Works Department in the 4700 block of Jack Huffman Boulevard around 4 p.m. Thursday, Aaron chased after the victims.

Multiple people told WREG they heard two gunshots and then saw a white Chevrolet Camaro speeding after another vehicle.

“They became nothing but a blur on the camera,” said one woman who saw the chase on her surveillance camera.

“They don’t stop, they don’t do nothing, they just keep going,” said Alex Luna, who says the cars blew through stop signs and appeared to be traveling at speeds of up to 80 mph.

The chase came to an abrupt end about three miles away when the suspect crashed his vehicle on Joe Ervin Lane near Shelby Road and fled into the woods. Photos taken by the Bartlett Express newspaper captured the aftermath: a white Camaro with front-end damage partially off-road.

Police were in the area searching for him Friday afternoon.

They say Aaron should be considered armed and dangerous. If you see him, call 901-873-5624 or 901-528-CASH.

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