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An Alabama grand jury on Tuesday decided to indict a woman on Wednesday with murder for allegedly starting and continuing a fight with another woman, which ultimately led to the shooting death of her unborn child, a report has said.
Marshae Jones, 27, of Birmingham, was five months pregnant when she was shot in the stomach by a Ebony Jemison, 23, on Dec. 4, 2018, according to police. Jones was rushed to a nearby hospital and recovered, but she lost her unborn baby girl AL.com have been reported.
WELL THE WOMAN SAID THAT THE JUDGE ORDERED HER ALLEGED RAPIST TO HAVE A VISIT WITH THEIR CHILDREN-REPORT
A police investigation determined that he was to blame for the death of the unborn child, because she allegedly started with a fight about the baby’s father, according to the report. Police said Jemison was acting in self-defense.
On the left, Marshae Jones was five months pregnant when she was shot in the stomach by a Ebony Jemison, police said.
(Pleasant Grove PD
“The investigation revealed the victim was an unborn baby,” Pleasant Grove Police Lt., Danny Reid said at the time of the shooting, according to the AL.com. “It was to be the mother of the child who has the initiative and took the fight to continue, which resulted in the death of her unborn child.”
The shooter was initially charged with culpable homicide, but a grand jury failed to indict her AL.com have been reported. A Jefferson County grand jury indicted Jones on a murder charge. She was taken to the Jefferson County Jail where she is being held on a $50,000 bond.
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“If there was a 5-month-pregnant wife to start a fight and attack from a different person, and I do believe that some of the responsibility for her injury to her unborn child,” Reid told AL.com in the run-up to the complaint will be heard. “Is that a child is dependent on his mother for trying to keep it from harm, and they should not seek undue physical facts.”