Household of man killed by concrete chunk affords $5K reward


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Relations of a Tennessee man who was killed when a piece of concrete went by means of his windshield are providing a reward for extra data.

Nashville police stated 54-year-old Joe C. Shelton Jr. of Nice View was killed Nov. 20 whereas he was driving on Interstate 24 close to downtown Nashville. He was touring to his job at a Nissan plant in Smyrna.

Police stated the household is providing $5,000 for data resulting in arrest and conviction in grownup court docket of the particular person liable for Shelton’s dying, if it was a prison act. Crime Stoppers can also be providing as much as $1,000.

Tennessee Transportation Division bridge inspectors decided the concrete was not a part of the close by Shelby Avenue Bridge. Detectives are having the 23-pound chunk of concrete analyzed to attempt to discover out the place it got here from.

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