KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — UPDATE WEDNESDAY: The Knox County Sheriff's Office has handed off to prosecutors its review into what it considers a road-rage homicide in March.
Harry Walker Fersner Jr, 40, was shot and killed on Dry Gap Pike near Cunningham Road the morning of March 26, records show.
No one has been charged. The Knox County District Attorney General's Office can determine whether it wants to present evidence to a grand jury for possible indictment.
KCSO spokeswoman Kimberly Glenn said Wednesday detectives had finished their review on the case.
An incident report shows two vehicles, a 1999 Honda and a 2017 Toyota 4Runner, were towed from the scene.
The complainant is listed as Russell Zellers, 40, the report shows. He's also listed as a witness. He has an arrest record that dates to 2004.
PREVIOUS STORY: The Knox County Sheriff's Office said one person is dead after a shooting in North Knox County. They were identified as Walker Fersner Jr., 40, of Knoxville.
The shooting happened at the 1700 block of Dry Gap Pike. According to KCSO, Fersner was shot during a road rage incident on Friday.
KCSO said deputies took four people into custody for questioning.
This story is developing and will be updated.