Bradley County Sheriff's Office arrested Antonio George Monday morning, and charged him with second degree murder in the shooting death of 36-year-old Aaron “Josh” Davis of Cleveland November 23rd.

George turned himself into Sheriff Watson at the Bradley County Jail and was booked shortly afterwards.

Sheriff Eric Watson thanked George's family for their “peaceful and valuable assistance” in getting George into custody.

A warrant has been issued for the suspect in a weekend fatal shooting in Bradley County. The Bradley County Sheriff's Department is searching for Antonio George, who is charged with Second Degree Murder in the death of 36-year-old Aaron "Josh" Davis of Cleveland. 

If you know the whereabouts of Antonio George contact the Bradley County Sheriff's Department. 

The investigation into the shooting continues. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office tells Channel 3 that the individual shot and killed early Sunday morning was 36-year-old Aaron "Josh" Davis. Bradley County Chief Deputy Brian Smith says the investigation is intensive.  

Police got involved as the victim was being driven to the hospital and now the Bradley County Sheriff's Office is trying to get the victim's friends to cooperate.

Police say Aaron Stacasta ("Josh") Davis, 36, passed away after being shot once in the abdomen.

"An autopsy will be done, and as far as I know it was one gunshot wound," said Capt. Steve Lawson, Criminal Investigations Division.


Davis was at a home on Georgetown Road in Cleveland Saturday night.


There were no cars in the driveway on Monday, but over the weekend this was where people met up to party.

"There was a party there Saturday night, there were several people there," Capt. Lawson said, "And we just want to try and interview as many of those participants at the party as we possibly can."


Police believe someone at the party knows what led to the violence.


No one ever called police but deputies in a patrol car saw another car speeding down Georgetown Rd early Sunday morning with its flashers on.


Deputies eventually got the driver to pull over and that's when they learned a shooting victim was inside.

Police then followed the car to SkyRidge Medical Center.


As Davis was taken in for treatment police tried to get more information from the three other men who dropped him off.


The incident report says the men would not cooperate with police.


A helicopter flew the victim to Erlanger in Chattanooga where he later died.  


Police are now turning to his friends and others at the party for answers.

"We are trying to interview as many people as we can to come up with the real truth in this case," said Capt. Lawson.

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The Bradley County Sheriff's Office confirmed to Channel 3 that the individual shot early Sunday morning has passed away. 

The person's name is being withheld pending notification of family members.

Bradley County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division is leading the investigation.

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The Bradley County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that occurred in the area of Georgetown Road, early Sunday Morning. 

Officials say a Sheriff's deputy was waved down at the intersection of 25th Street and Peerless Road by the driver of a vehicle who told the officer a gunshot victim was inside. 

The officer followed the car to Sky Ridge Medical Center where several people soon arrived. Authorities say a disturbance ensued at the hospital after the victim arrived.

Hospital workers confirmed to Channel 3 Eyewitness News that Sky Ridge Medical Center was then locked down.   

Bradley County officers and Cleveland Police were on the scene. Deputies say one person was charged with Disturbing the Peace by Cleveland Police. The victim of the shooting was flown to Erlanger Medical Center via Life Force. No word on the condition of the victim.

Bradley County CID is currently investigating the shooting.