https://www.nwgeorgiascanner.com/ Second arrest made in deadly Whitfield County hit and run last month that killed Calhoun teenager
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Second arrest made in deadly Whitfield County hit and run last month that killed Calhoun teenager


Nathan Joe Call, 32, of Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with felony tampering with evidence and hit and run resulting in serious injury or death. According to a Georgia State Patrol incident report, Call was a passenger in a vehicle that struck and killed 18-year-old Emory Ware, a 2019 graduate of Gordon Central High School. According to reports around 1:19 AM Sunday November 10th Whitfield County E911 received a call of a male subject laying in the roadway at the intersection of the Bypass (GA-3) and Maddox Chapel. Whitfield county deputy arrived on scene advising it appeared the male subject had been strucheck by a vehicle. The Whitfield county deputy found what appeared to be a grill belonging to the front of a 2000-2002 Buick Regal or a Buick Century Special Edition or a 2003 Buick Regal or

Buick Century standard model. According to the GSP the Buick was traveling northbound on the Bypass (GA-3) when it struck the teenager. The Georgia State patrol along with the coroner was called to the scene. GSP Corporal Scotty Smith of SCRT said at around 2:00 PM Tuesday November 13th, they received a tip, and GSP along with the Murray County Sheriff's Office located a green 2000 Buick Century with damage that matched evidence from the crash scene at a residence on Spring Place Smyrna Road. Georgia State Patrol Corporal Smith says they seized the vehicle and that it had damage on the right side as well as to the windshield. Eric Shane Moore, 32, of Chatsworth was arrested and booked him into the Whitfield County Jail on charges of tampering with evidence, felony, homicide by vehicle, 1st degree, felony, hit And run resulting in death, felony, driving while license is suspended or revoked, and fail to report accident resulting in death.