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TIMELINE: Chattanooga's shooting-filled days

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Our list of the shootings that have plagued Chattanooga since Saturday:

Tuesday, 11:44pm: The city's 10th shooting was reported as the victim, Diaz Darden, 22, told police he was in his back yard and heard gunshots Tuesday night. He then discovered a gunshot wound to his hand and was transported to a local hospital.

Wednesday morning, Chattanooga police  arrested Averoyan Sandbridge, who now faces charges of attempted first-degree murder.

Tuesday, 3:07pm: As Chattanooga city leaders and law enforcement were holding an afternoon news conference, a ninth shooting was reported on Biltmore Drive in Chattanooga. The victim's condition is not yet known.

Tuesday, 10:21am: A pregnant woman, described as being in her third trimester of pregnancy was seriously injured in a shooting at 1221 Grove Street. One vehicle arrived at Erlanger Hospital with bullet holes and blood stains.

Monday, 9:11pm: Chattanooga police charged two men with attempted murder in the Monday night shooting of a 24-year-old pregnant woman on Arlington Avenue.

Police found two suspects only 7-10 minutes after the shooting after receiving two possible suspect vehicle descriptions.

Monday: 12:23pm: At 3100 7th Avenue, police responded to a 911 call as reports of a person shot. 

Family members tell Channel 3 the victim is a 17-year-old male, who was inside a home playing video games. He was shot in the face. 

Monday, 12:20am: Chattanooga police respond to 4200 block of Oakwood Drive after a report of a shooting. 

Police located juvenile victim on the roadway near the intersection of Oakwood Drive and Webb Road, suffering from gunshot wounds to the leg and hand. 

The victim described the suspect as being in a white truck or SUV and was transported to a local hospital by HCEMS.

Sunday, 12:15pm: Reports of a person being shot sent Chattanooga police to the 100 block of South Seminole.

Police found a victim there with a wound described as "non-life-threatening" to the ankle.

The victim told police he was doing lawn work when he was approached by three black males who demanded money. When the victim complied, the suspects demanded more money.

The three suspects then reportedly all fired at the victim. The then fled in a maroon 4-door Nissan Titan or Chevy Trailblazer toward East Ridge.

The suspects were described as three black males in their late teens to early 20's with a slim build.

Saturday, 2:04pm: Chattanooga police respond to the 2100 block of E 27th Street on the report of a shooting. 

Police found the victim suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the hand while walking his dog.

Saturday, 1:03pm: Calls of multiple shots fired at 2400 Taylor Street led Chattanooga police to a victim, shot in the leg. The wound was believed to be non-life-threatening and was transported to a nearby hospital for examination and treatment.

The suspect vehicle was described as a silver Chevrolet Impala with tinted windows.

Saturday, 1:30am: Police found one person suffering from a single gunshot wound to the neck at a residence on Taylor Street.

Shatara D. Fisher told police she was walking in the area of O'Rear Street when she heard gunshots then realized she had been shot.

Fisher told police that the suspect was in a black car. Her injuries were non-life-threatening.

Chattanooga Police ask anyone with information regarding these crimes to call 423-698-2525.

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