$ 7,000 reward in 2019 Greensboro homicide by which a lady was shot whereas driving with two kids Crime

GREENSBORO – A reward of up to $ 7,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest of a person who shot and killed a Greensboro woman in 2019.



Carolyn Rose Tiger


Courtesy of Greensboro Police Department

At 4:35 p.m. on March 3, 2019, officials responded to a report of gunfire at the intersection of Patton Avenue and South Elm-Eugene Street and found a vehicle that had crashed into a nearby fence, according to Greensboro police.

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Carolyn Rose Tiger, 26, drove a black Nissan and may have been involved in a minor traffic accident involving a newer Hyundai vehicle near South Elm-Eugene and Meadowview Drive, police said.

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Both cars were driving north on South Elm-Eugene to Patton Avenue, where the Hyundai driver tried to block Tiger’s car. The Hyundai driver pulled out a rifle and opened fire on Tiger’s car when she tried to drive away, police said.

Tiger was shot and pronounced dead shortly after being rushed to Moses Cone Hospital.

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Witnesses told police they saw a light blue vehicle exit the area and head east on Patton Avenue.

Police do not believe Tiger and Sagittarius knew each other and are continuing to investigate the incident as a random act of violence.

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