VIDEO: Two People Shot In A Home in Springfield

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Smokey Barn News October 3, 2013 Springfield, Tenn.

Two People Shot In A Home in Springfield UPDATED 7:30 AM

Robert HamillPolice, Fire & EMS were dispatched on reports of gunfire to 212 FoxRun in the Oakland Farms development located in Springfield around 11:40pm Wednesday evening. Police are still investigating but we were told it was a “domestic”. Theresa Hamill 60 and Robert Hollway 65 were both shot twice with a shot gun in the ordeal. They were both transported to local hospitals for medical treatment and are presently undergoing surgical procedures to remove shotgun pellets, according to Lieutenant Jimmy Grogan with the Springfield Police department.

We are still waiting on an update but we believe that both victims are expected to recover. The suspect (Robert Hamill 63) was taken into custody around 12:30AM. Theresa Hamill and Robert Hamill are devorced. Robert Hamill was found inside the home at the time of the arrest, according to Grogan. Robert Hamill was charged with aggravated assault, aggravated domestic assault, carrying / possession of a weapon and (added later) two counts of criminal intent to commit murder. The combined bond was set at 15K without the murder charges. iPhone/iPad users click on any image below to play video. http://youtu.be/DtAFOwaybOs

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  1. Justin

    Mike, read the entire post! It says the 15k was without the attempted murder charges.
    These people are not from Springfield. She moved up here from Chattanooga apparently to get away from him. He , the shooter, was from there also. He was some kind of city director. He never entered the home. He had a “tarus judge” pistol that shoots 410 shot gun ammo or 45 long colt ammo. It’s a good thing that he didn’t know what other ammo was out there because he had numerous types of ammo to chose from and if he would’ve used the 3 ball slug ammo, she wouldn’t be alive. Springfield has brought in a lot of trash. It’s not worth living in town anymore.

  2. DERRICK S.

    SERIOUSLY!!!!!THIS IS ALWAYS GOING ON IN SPRINGFIELD SOMEWHERE…SO GLAD THAT GREENBRIER IS TRYING TO KEEP ITSELF CLEAN.I’M SURE THAT IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH WE DON’T AND WON’T PUT UP WITH IT.SOMEONE COMES IN ON ME AND MY FAMILY I WON’T BE WORRIED AT ALL ABOUT THE CONSEQUENCES.JUST TELLING THE TRUTH!!!!

  3. Paul G.

    We live 2 or 3 houses away from this location. My girlfriend was awakened by what she thought were gun shots. After a few minutes, and she went back to sleep. She mentioned it to me this morning, and now we find out it was in fact gun shots. The fact that something so senseless can happen in a nice and quiet subdivision in Springfield goes to show that this type of thing can happen anywhere. This is why we exercise our Second Amendment rights. We will shoot back.

    I don’t know this neighbor and her friend, but I hope they recover quickly.

  4. Nathaniel

    I swear, Springfield is going to become the next Chicago, with all the violence.