A woman in Alabama has been arrested after an alleged feud on social media ended with a deadly shooting.
On Aug. 11, police responded to a call in Semmes in reference to a shooting, as Front Page Detectives reported.
Once at the scene, officers found the victim, 23-year-old Honesty Shacole Holloway-Wilkerson, deceased, officials said.
The second victim, 14-year-old Germany Holloway-Wilkerson was found down the street at a neighbor’s home suffering from a gunshot wound to the right thigh.
Witnesses told investigators they went with 22-year-old Curtellius Tenise Tapaingea James to a local restaurant.
When they got back, James’ belongings were in the yard, her vehicle had been keyed and all four tires were flat, police said.
The Holloway-Wilkerson sisters then arrived on the scene and started arguing with James.
James then allegedly shot the older sister in the chest with a shotgun and then fired at the teen as she was fleeing the scene, hitting her in the thigh, according to authorities.
Witnesses said James and Honesty had been fighting on social media for some time.
However, the witnesses didn’t know what the argument was about, WPMI reported.