Latoshia Daniels, has been charged with first-degree murder, attempt first-degree murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, assault of a police officer and resisting arrest.
She opened fire on Brodes Perry, a pastor of assimilation at St. Mark Baptist Church in Little Rock, and his wife, Tabatha, at their home outside of Memphis, U.S, killing Brodes and injuring the wife.
Tabatha told police that they met Daniels while living in Little Rock, Arkansas, and that she thought the unannounced visit from her was “strange.”
In the affidavit of complaint, Tabatha said Daniels was at their apartment for about 30 minutes before Brodes came home. The three talked for about 10 minutes before Daniels got up to leave.
The wife told the police that she had opened the front door and stepped outside when she turned and saw the suspect remove a handgun from her jacket and fire several shots at her husband.
As she was shooting, Daniels repeatedly said, “You broke my heart,” according to the affidavit. She was reloading the Ruger 9 mm handgun when police arrived.