Wis. Woman Sought in Shooting Death of Pregnant Woman and Unborn Child in Dispute Over Loud Music

Police have issued an arrest warrant for Shanika S. Minor, 24, in the fatal Sunday-morning shooting of Tamecca A. Perry, 23, who was 39-40 weeks pregnant.

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Wisconsin police are looking for a 24-year-old woman who is alleged to have shot and killed a pregnant woman after an argument over loud music.

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, early Sunday morning, Shanika S. Minor confronted Tamecca A. Perry, 23, who was 39-40 weeks pregnant, over music coming from her apartment. The two argued, and according to the criminal complaint viewed by the newspaper, Minor pulled a gun and fatally shot Perry, also killing the unborn child. Minor was charged Wednesday with first-degree intentional homicide for both deaths, and police have issued an arrest warrant.

The Journal-Sentinel notes that each count of homicide comes with a sentence of life in prison if there is a conviction.

Read more at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

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