A Pennsylvania man formerly charged of murder is charged with shooting his girlfriend to dying on Christmas before their youthful child.
Police were known as to some home in Hagerstown, Maryland throughout the evening hrs from the holiday after getting a report of the gunshot victim once they showed up in this area they found Tristen Shifflet, 37, struggling with a go towards the neck, based on a pr release in the Hagerstown Police Department. She was transported to some nearby hospital where she died.
Investigators allege her boyfriend Justin Kyle Marshall, 34, “shot her throughout a dispute, striking her within the neck.”
The pair shared a ”young child” together, based on police. That child, a boy, together with 10 other family members were in the home once the shooting happened, The Herald-Mail reports.
Marshall, who resides in Greencastle, Pennsylvania, allegedly fled the scene and traveled to West Virginia before first responders showed up. He was arrested in Berkeley County, West Virginia hrs later.
This isn’t the very first time that Marshall has allegedly become violent using the victim. The Pennsylvania Condition Police had an energetic arrest warrant for Marshall for assault “in another incident involving Shifflet,” police mentioned.
Marshall seemed to be charged of second-degree murder in 2005 for any Hagerstown homicide twelve months prior, based on police. Marshall along with a co-defendant were both sentenced to twenty five years imprisonment for that beating dying of 46-year-old Curtis Eugene Hill Sr., based on the Herald-Mail. Marshall required a plea deal and it was granted parole after serving 1 / 2 of his sentence.
He’d only been from prison for around 2 yrs prior to the Christmas shooting.
Child Protective Services has had child custody of Marshall and Shifflet’s boy making further plans for his housing.
Marshall continues to be billed with with first-degree murder and related charges for that dying of Shifflet. He’s being held without bail, based on online jail records. It isn’t obvious if he’s an attorney.
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