46-year-old Natosha Bailey has been charged in connection with the murder of another woman outside of a home in Westside on Saturday. The woman who was shot and killed was identified by police as 41-year-old Sitoria Davis.
Davis was found dead by police and paramedics with a gunshot wound outside a home on Rusty Lakes Lane around 10:00 a.m. on Saturday morning.
Multiple witnesses spoke with police and said that the two women knew each other. However, they are not sure of the motive for the incident.
The investigation into the shooting continues at this time.
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