No charges in fatal Raleigh tow truck shooting, police say

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Raleigh police said no charges will be filed after a father of four was shot and killed just off Glenwood Avenue on April 14.
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Taurean Sutton, 30, was shot multiple times on St. Giles Street just before 11 p.m., police said.
According to police, Sutton had entered a tow truck while the driver was inside and was “apparently upset about the towing of his vehicle by another towing company.” Sutton and the driver then got into an altercation inside before Sutton was shot and killed.
On Friday, Raleigh police said no charges would be filed in the shooting.
Police also released a 911 call made from the scene. It’s not clear who placed the call.

The 9 minute, 39 second call only consisted of the operator trying to speak with the caller while cursing and yelling could be heard in the

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