– A Chattanooga woman is accused of second-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend, according to a preliminary report from the Chattanooga Police Department.
The death occurred on Sunday, police said.
The woman is currently being held without bail at the Shelby County Jail in lieu of $2 million bail.
According to the police report, police arrived at a residence in the 6000 block of East Broadway and found a 32-year-old woman suffering from multiple injuries.
The victim’s boyfriend told police that he had been out with friends and that they got into an argument over the phone.
When the victim returned home, the boyfriend said he had left and his girlfriend had not called.
The boyfriend said that he then went to the house and found the victim lying on the floor with his arms and legs bound behind his back.
The report said that the victim told police he had also been beaten with a hammer.
Police were then able to determine that the girlfriend had been attacked in the bathroom and the victim was able to tell police that the other woman had also suffered injuries.
Police said that after the victim called police, the other man came to the victim’s house and the man admitted that he beat the victim.
He said that they had been drinking alcohol and that the two had gone to a bar together before the incident.
When police asked the man to identify the other person, he denied knowing her and said that she had only known him for a few days.
Police then searched the area and discovered the woman’s body in the victim in the bed with her arms and her legs bound.
The preliminary report said the victim had been beaten to death with a heavy object.
Police say that the man told police during the investigation that he was a drug dealer and that he knew he was not the intended target of the attack.
The Chattanooga Police Chief said that while the police investigation is ongoing, they have identified several people who may have been involved in the murder of the victim and they are working to identify all the witnesses and other evidence.
The department also said that all of the other victims have been identified.