The violence continues in east Chattanooga.
Two people were shot last night and one of them died.
Chattanooga seldom goes a week without at least one shooting incident.
Quincy Bell was shot to death last week, and Barry Bowman, who was shot the week before, died of his injuries.
Now, two people are victims as police and local community leaders struggle to find a way to stop the violence.
Chattanooga police officers swooped down on the isolated neighborhood near Tunnel Boulevard after they got the 9-1-1 call. Two people had been shot while they sat in a car at 3412 Jones Street.
SGT. WAYNE JEFFERSON, CHATTANOOGA POLICE DEPT. "When they arrived on the scene they found two parties with multiple gunshot wounds. They were both transported to the hospital."
Officers say 27 year old Cary Abram and a female companion, whose name was not released, were smoking marijuana in front of Abram's house when they were attacked.
Abram was pronounced dead while the woman had suffered minor abrasions from broken glass.
SGT. WAYNE JEFFERSON "Right now we believe it was possibly drug or money related.
The victim who is deceased now, did have a history of drug violations.
Cary Abram lived in the house with his brother Cory Abram.
Within minutes of the shooting, tactical units began a systematic search of that house and the neighborhood, going door to door looking for suspects.
This is not being investigated as gang related..but it did once again involve Abram and drugs.
SGT WAYNBE JEFFERSON "As a matter of fact he was arrested just Saturday at our saturation for possession of marijuana."
Larry Portman, who lives nearby, came out last night during the search. He says there are some basic problems with young people who get in this kind of trouble.
LARRY PORTMAN, NEIGHBORHOOD "They just don't care. They don't see a future, they don't forecast a future.
Top me, I think they are stagnated by watching too much TV and movies."
If you have any information about that brutal murder Tuesday night, call the police department.