UPDATED: Man Found Shot After Crash In Springfield Early Saturday

Man Found Shot After Crash In Springfield Early Saturday

UPDATED Saturday, February 24, 2024

The city of Springfield is now releasing more information about the man who was found shot and later died last Saturday night in front of O’Reilly Auto Parts on Memorial Blvd, including the name of the second shooting victim.

Jordan L. Dickerson

According to an official release by the city of Springfield today, following heroic efforts to save his life, 30-year-old Jordan L. Dickerson of Springfield, Tennessee died following the shooting. Dickerson was found shot in a vehicle on the grass at O’Reilly Auto Parts on Memorial Blvd last Saturday night. The second shooting victim who survived has been identified as 39-year-old Matthew D. Carroll of Cedar Hill, Tennessee.

A GofundMe has been set up to cover funeral expenses for Dickerson for anyone who would like to donate.

The incident is still being investigated by Detectives of the Springfield Police Department. Anyone with further information about the incident please contact Lt. Charles Bogle at 1-615-384-8422.


SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – An early morning shooting and subsequent crash in Springfield left three people hospitalized last Saturday, February 17th.

The incident occurred in front of O’Reilly Auto Parts at Memorial Blvd and Industrial Rd, the first call coming into 911 at 2:47 am. LOCATION OF INCIDENT

The call went out as a traffic accident, law enforcement was the first to arrive on scene. When police arrived they found a two-vehicle crash with one vehicle in the roadway and the other in the grass at O’Reilly’s.

According to officials at the scene, officers quickly realized that one of the occupants(now identified as Jordan L. Dickerson) was unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the chest. A member of law enforcement began CPR until the Springfield Fire Department arrived and took over. Dickerson was then handed off to Robertson County EMS who were able to stabilize him. Dickerson was then transported to TriStar NorthCrest in Springfield in very serious condition.

Smokey Barn News has learned that a second shooting victim (now identified as Matthew D. Carroll)  arrived at NorthCrest by private vehicle with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the arm.

A third person was transported to an area hospital, we believe from the second vehicle pictured in the roadway.

According to a release from the city of Springfield, the incident involving both gunshot wound victims is believed to be connected and allegedly occurred in the parking lot of Sweetie’s Hookah Bar & Lounge located at 313 Memorial Blvd. Springfield, Tennessee. MAP

Springfield Police Department Detectives are leading the ongoing investigation. The Springfield Police Department is requesting that anyone with further information about the incident please contact Lt. Charles Bogle at 615-384-8422.

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