Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Fort Campbell soldier back from Afghanistan, dead from multiple gunshot wounds

Men Accused Of Killing Ft. Campbell Soldier Found Guilty
Fort Campbell Soldier Found Dead in Clarksville
May 2, 2012

Police in Clarksville are asking for information in the death of a Fort Campbell soldier who was found dead from gunshot wounds after giving two men a ride in his car.

The Leaf-Chronicle reports that Clarksville police found 22-year-old Taylor Hotzoglou inside his car with multiple gunshot wounds early Sunday morning.
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Man found dead Sunday remembered as kind-hearted and prone to offer favors
Police say shooting was 'cowardly' act
4:52 PM, May. 2, 2012
Written by
Allison Smith
CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — Taylor Hotzoglou was the type of person who performed random acts of kindness.

He enjoyed helping almost anyone with anything, even if it was giving the last dollar out of his wallet. It was his kind heart and willingness to help that his brother, Greg, believes led to the 22-year-old’s death.

Just after midnight on Sunday, the Clarksville Police Department received a call about a possible wreck with an unresponsive victim, said Detective Michael Ulrey, who is overseeing the case.

When officers arrived, Ulrey said, they found Hotzoglou with multiple gunshot wounds. Police discovered that he had given two men a ride from his apartment at 1671 Fort Campbell Blvd. and was found dead shortly after that.
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