A California woman accused of killing an Army veteran who was an innocent bystander was arrested.
Police arrested Tyja Braswell, 21, earlier this week in Oakland, California, according to KTVU. She is being held at Santa Rita Jail without bail.
According to police, Braswell was involved with an argument that turned into a shooting on March 19. KTVU reported that Braswell was in an argument with Tamia Foster, 23, and Stavon Moore, 28, at a gas station when Foster went to her car to get a gun.
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Court documents state that Moore took the gun and shot at Braswell, who then returned fire. The incident, which happened a little before 8:30 p.m., ended with a man being shot in the head and Braswell being struck by gunfire, according to KTVU.
The man fatally struck was identified as Rodney Davis, a 64-year-old U.S. Army veteran, KTVU reported. Braswell was taken to the hospital.
Foster and Moore are both in custody at Santa Rita Jail awaiting court dates. Moore is charged with attempted murder.
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