Lincoln Tech Student Fatally Shot in Parking Lot

Authorities believe the motive for the campus shooting was drug-related.

A Lincoln College of Technology student was shot to death late Monday afternoon. Adam Anderson, 30, was found critically wounded on the ground beside his pickup truck.

He was then transported from the East Nashville, Tenn., campus to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, reports the Tennessean.

Local authorities believe the potential motive for the shooting might be drugs, reports Fox17.

The suspect in the case is described as a black male wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and dreadlocks. He was driving a white Mazda, reports WKRN.

Anyone with more information on the shooting should call 615-74-CRIME.

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