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UPDATE: Arrest made in October homicide

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UPDATE: Chattanooga police have arrested Ladaquis D. Southers, 29 in connection with the homicide of Terrence Bivens.
 
Bivens was fatally shot October 27 on Central Avenue.

Southers was arrested in Atlanta by the US Marshals Southeast Regional Task Force and is awaiting extradition back to Hamilton County.

Southers will be charged with criminal homicide and unlawful possession of a firearm.
 
Chattanooga Police still ask anyone with information regarding this crime to call (423) 698-2525.

The investigation is ongoing.


UPDATE: Chattanooga Police responded to 3732 Central Avenue early Monday morning at 3:50 for a person shot.

Upon their arrival officers located the victim, 28-year-old Terrence Bivens deceased from apparent gunshot wounds.

Chattanooga Police still ask anyone with information regarding this crime to call 423-698-2525.  The investigation is ongoing.


 PREVIOUS STORY: Police are investigating a homicide after responding to the scene of a fourth shooting in less than 48 hours. 
Officers responded to a shots fired call Monday morning on the 3700 block of Central Avenue. When they arrived on scene, they found a person shot. 

A source confirmed that the victim did not survive.

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