Tiara Mowbray has been identified as the woman who shot 38-year-old Tristian Walker in a ‘road-rage-related’ shooting near Hermitage Walmart in Nashville, Tennessee.

The shooting took place on Saturday. Metro Nashville Police Department responded to the 4000 block of Lebanon Pike on Saturday after receiving reports of a shooting incident. Preliminary investigation revealed that it was a case of a ‘road-rage-related’ shooting.

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Walker’s girlfriend, who was in the vehicle with the 38-year-old, told the authorities that 22-year-old Tiara Mowbray had been tailgating them.

Tailgating is when a driver follows behind another car too closely, leaving not enough room for them to stop safely if the vehicle in the car suddenly halts. 

Mowbray told the authorities that she brake checked him after he did the same to her.

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Both the cars then entered the parking lot of the Walmart from Andrew Jackson Parkway. Walker got out of the vehicle and started walking towards Mowbray’s.

That was when Mowbray fired a shot at Walker, hitting him in the chest. He succumbed to injuries at the scene.

Following the incident, Mowbray remained at the crime scene till the cops arrived. She cooperated with the authorities as she was taken to police headquarters for further investigation.

Investigation into the incident is ongoing and no charges have been filed as of now.

This is a developing story and will be updated