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'Hopefully, Karma bites him': Family of Greensboro mom shot and killed in road rage awaits justice

Crime Stoppers is still offering up to a $7,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the shooting death of Carolyn Tiger.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The road rage killing of 26-year-old, Carolyn Tiger has yet to be solved in Greensboro.

A Crime Stoppers offer of up to $7,000 in reward for information leading to an arrest in the case is still available.

Tiger, who was a mother was shot in the head on March 3, 2019, following a minor car crash with a man who was driving a light blue Hyundai. Greensboro police said Tiger was shot around 4:35 p.m. at the intersection of Patton Avenue and South Elm-Eugene Street in Greensboro. Police said the man attempted to block Tiger from leaving and that’s when he opened fire shooting and killing her. Tiger was shot with children in the back of her car.

Police said Tiger didn’t know the man who shot her and that it was a random act of violence.

"Hopefully Karma bites him, he and the person that was in the car with him," said Kenny Christopher, Tiger's husband.

Their now four-year-old son was also in the back seat when the shooting happened but wasn't hurt.

"That guy was not in the right state of mind at the time. For a simple fender bender like that, all you could have done was call the police, give out the license plate information and everything would have been fine," Christopher said.

Christopher said the family is still hurting from Tiger's absence and the fact that they are still waiting for justice.

"They don't really talk about it much until we go to the crash site and then when we get there everything dawns on them," he said.

Christopher also said he has lost faith in the police because of how long it's taking to find his wife's killer.

"It's been two years and a couple of months now and still no answers, no new evidence or anything," Christopher said.

As for Tiger's son, his dad said that at bedtime, he sends an 'I love you' message daily to his mommy whom he says is a star in heaven.

Greensboro Police have said this case remains an active and open investigation. In addition to the standard $2000 Crime Stoppers Reward, the state is offering up to $5,000 for information, making a total of $7,000.

If you have any information that might help police, call the anonymous tip line for Greensboro Crime Stoppers at (336) 373-1000.

Credit: Photos: Greensboro Police, Tiger Family
Photo of suspect's car in Greensboro mom Carolyn Tiger's death

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