29 Year Old American Woman Shot Her Boyfriend For Refusing To Argue With Her
By Success321 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 32827 views
A American lady have been listed 'wanted' after she purposely shot her boyfriend in front of his house. The lady, identified as Jenalisha Lawrence, aged 29, fled the spot where she shot her 34 year old boyfriend on Saturday morning.
This incident in Grigsby street, Shreveport in the United States on Saturday morning. According to a resident of the community, Jenalisha arrived at her boyfriend's house in the around 8:10pm on Friday night and slept in the house till the following morning.
An argument broke out between the two of them and the woman was accusing the man of something. The man refused to answer, hoping that the woman's anger will subside after sometime. The lady brought out a handgun and shot the man on his chest.
She fled the house with her own car and abandoned the man to die as a result of the wound. Neighbours sprang into action and rescued the man as he was taken to the hospital. Police were contacted and an arrest warranty has been issued concerning Jenalisha Lawrence.
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