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TB Moss, 57, was arrested for his involvement in shooting a city of Charlotte bus driver at the victim's job. It must be horrible to get shot at your own job.

On July 22, 2019, in the afternoon, officers responded to reports of a shooting at the Charlotte Transportation Center at 310 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC.

When they arrived, they located a female victim with an apparent gunshot wound. The victim, who is a Charlotte Area Transit System fixed-route bus operator, was transported to the hospital by medics.

Responding officers worked with security guards to quickly apprehend Mr. Moss nearby, and a firearm believed to be used in the shooting was located in his possession.

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Preliminary information indicates the suspect has a domestic relationship with the victim.

Mr. Moss is charged with Attempted first degree murder, four counts of Shooting into occupied property, Possession of a firearm by felon, Possession of a stolen firearm, Carrying a concealed weapon, Felony domestic violence protective order violation, Discharge a firearm within the city limits (four counts), Resist/Delay/Obstruct a law enforcement officer

Mr. Moss has a lengthy, violent criminal history including a prior conviction for assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, and several weapons-related charges.