Crime Stoppers: The Search for the Suspect Driver Who Killed Myrakle Moss | Local News

The police need your help with what they call a complex case. one in which more than a dozen people were injured. The McCallie Avenue mass shooting left three people dead. This week we are focusing on finding a driver who hit and killed Myrakle Moss.

Investigators say they’ve been working the case every day since June 5, but with so many victims and bystanders and multiple shooters, it’s been hard to pin down. Some arrests have been made, but this week we want you to know about Myrakle Moss. It was a young woman with her whole life ahead of her who was shot, not by a bullet, but by someone fleeing the chaos of that night in a vehicle.

“She wasn’t just a fun person. She was also a daughter and a mother,” Chattanooga Police Detective Ryan Lynn said. Flanked by members of Moss’ family, he turns to the community for help in finding his killer.

The incident happened on a violent night in Chattanooga. The location was McCallie Avenue in the Mary’s Lounge area. “On June 5, 2022 at around 2:39 a.m., the police responded to a call from several people who had been shot”, Off. says Lynn. Seventeen people were injured and three were killed.

Arrests have since been made in the shootings, but the question remains: who was driving the vehicle that ended young Myrakle’s life? It was just two weeks before his 26th birthday. She had a daughter and worked in home health care.

“She’s a sister. She’s an aunt. It’s all of those things and more,” Lynn explained. “She was a happy girl who had a very promising life and that opportunity was taken away from her.”

Police believe the suspect is a black male who drove a 2007-2017 silver four-door Jeep Wrangler with a hardtop. Does that ring a bell?


More than three months have passed. Is there any information you care about? We have up to $1,000 in rewards and we’ll never ask your name. It was a packed stage that night. “If you have videos on your cell phone, there were several videos taken on location,” Off said. Lynn. “If you have videos or witnessed anything on Facebook or any other social media site. If you know anyone who works in the area. If you know any friends who may have attended.”>

We want to hear from you. You may have the key information that helps Myrakle Moss’ family find peace. “I saw the personal devastation he went through,” Lynn said. “For the family, it’s more than just a closure. It’s asking for justice.”

Whether it’s the lure of cash rewards or the innate urge to do the right thing, we want to know what information you might have. Think of Myrakle and her family and especially her young daughter, and help them to give them answers. Call Crime Stoppers at 698-3333.

Up to $1,000 is on the table and we guarantee you will remain anonymous.

Mark M. Gagnon