One charged after shooting, killing a man during an argument in FedEx parking lot

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — UPDATE 9/25 6:30 a.m.

More information is coming to light after a man was shot dead at a FedEx parking lot.

On Sept. 23, Officers were called to the 2700 block of Democrat Road just before 6:45 p.m.

Officers found one man, Eric Briggs, shot multiple times, police said. MFD took Briggs to Regional One where he later died.

According to the affidavit, witnesses said that prior to the shooting, Briggs was involved in an argument with a co-worker, which began inside and moved to the parking lot where Briggs was then shot.

Conner Lambert was identified as the man who shot Briggs, according to records, and he waived his Miranda Rights.

He stated he saw Briggs and his girlfriend were in a heated argument and shot Briggs, police said.

Lambert is charged with second-degree murder.

FedEx release a statement:

“We are shocked and saddened by this senseless act of violence. Our heartfelt thoughts are with the victim and all those affected by this tragic event. We are fully cooperating with the investigating authorities. Please refer any additional questions at this time to local law enforcement.”

UPDATE:

Memphis police have arrested a man after one person was killed at a local FedEx parking lot.

Conner Lambert, 24, was charged with Second Degree Murder, MPD said Friday.

ORIGINAL STORY:

A man has died following a shooting at a FedEx parking lot.

Officers were called to 2780 Democrat Road, where they said a man had been shot.

That is the address for a FedEx parking lot.

The man was taken to Regional One in critical condition, where he later died, police said.

A source told FOX13 a woman and a man were in a car when the woman shot another man.

Officers said they detained two people for questioning.

A FedEx spokesperson released this statement:

“Safety and security are our highest priorities at FedEx. We are aware of an incident in the parking lot on Democrat Road. Our thoughts are with all those affected, and we are working with investigating authorities.”