From WKYT of July 26, 2009
Lexington doctor killed in shooting
Police are investigating a deadly shooting over the weekend, involving a well known doctor in Lexington.
27NEWSFIRST has learned Rodney Mann was shot and killed Sunday outside a home on Four Mile Road in Clark County. We're learning more information into what may have brought Dr. Mann to that home in Clark County.
The doctor, himself, recently contacted 27NEWSFIRST about an issue that sources now say may have led to the shooting.
About a month ago, Dr. Mann contacted NEWSFIRST about an incident he had in the parking lot of Sam's Club in which he says a man keyed his car after an altercation. The damage was said to have cost Dr. Mann $1,100 worth of damage to his Acura.
Police say Dr. Mann then went to the man's home in Clark County and began to slash the tires to his car. The homeowner caught Mann slashing the tires on his truck and came out to confront him.
Police say Mann had two guns and a knife on him and say during the fight the owner was able to get one gun away from him and shoot him.
At Mann's doctor office, Thoroughbred Allergy and Asthma off Richmond Road, a note says all appointments on Monday have been canceled.
The doctor has been featured in a number of stories here on 27NEWSFIRST and was just a guest on our afternoon show three weeks ago.
Police have not charged the man who pulled the trigger. They're investigating if the shooting was in self defense.
Mann grew up in Corbin and graduated from UK and the University of Louisville Medical School.
Dr. Mann served patients at both of his offices in Lexington and in Corbin.