This Red Bank street is quiet Saturday afternoon.
But, residents say it's usually just the opposite.
They tell us Winston Gant, runs Gant towing here on Briggs Avenue.
"Some people that comes pick their car up don't like that 2-hundred-dollar bill they have to pick their car up. We've heard some pretty nasty stuff come from some of the customers," explains William Ledford who lives across the street.
The only difference Saturday morning, someone was angry enough to shoot.
Ledford says he heard yelling.
We're told Gant was robbed and then shot.
"They showed up and just wanted their car back, but that's no reason to shoot somebody. If you're parked at the wrong place, wrong time, doesn't mean you got to shoot somebody," explains Joshua Kelton who lives next door.
Joshua Kelton says this isn't the first time someone wasn't happy their vehicle was towed.
Kelton says, "I've seen people show up with a trailer, a pick up, and a wench and pull their car back around and take off. Reporter: without paying them? Kelton: Yeah."
As you can see right behind me there is a tow truck in his front yard.
Neighbors say this caused a lot of in and out traffic throughout the day.
Delores Standifer says the traffic happened."especially late at night, from people being towed from downtown so you see a lot of angry people getting upset about their cars."
The shooting surprises Delores Standifer but she was cautious of the business.
"You get worried sometimes, I'm sorry to hear he got shot but I've been worried about what's been going on over there for a while," explains Standifer.
Another person was also robbed at the home, that person has not been identified.