Woman Accused Of Shooting Man During Custody Exchange Because He Brought His New Girlfriend_freckle removal cream boots

Jax Miller·2 min read

A woman in Texas is accused of shooting the father of her children during a heated custody exchange, police say.

Keshante Shamirra Harris, 27, was placed under arrest after authorities say she shot Aaron Konte Williams, 29, on Sunday evening, according to the Houston Police Department. Harris allegedly shot at Williams several times, hitting him in the arm and leg, during a custody exchange with one of their two children present.

Williams survived the attack.

The shooting occurred at around 9:50 p.m. at 5870 Beldart Street, police stated. According to NBC affiliate KPRC-TV, the incident took place at Harris’s grandmother’s home, where the parents regularly met for child drop-off.

Web mapping platforms show the area is a residential neighborhood in southeast Houston.

Detective D. King of the Houston Police Major Assaults and Family Violence Division stated Harris and Williams had previously been in a “dating relationship,” according to the release. Authorities indicated Harris shot Williams because he bought his current girlfriend when returning their child.

“Willams was bringing one of the children back from a weekend visit and had his current girlfriend in the vehicle with him,” King stated. “Harris was upset Williams’ girlfriend was present at the time of the exchange and shot at Williams several times.”

No one else was harmed in the shooting.

The suspect’s grandmother - who was not named - told reporters she answered her door at around 9:00 p.m. that evening, according to KPRC-TV. The woman said she brought her 5-month-old grandchild inside moments before she heard people screaming outside, shouting to call the police.

Harris allegedly shot four at Williams four times - hitting him twice - and “ripped [Williams’] necklace from [Williams’] neck,” according to a court filing obtained by Law & Crime. Harris then “sped away in and crashed [Williams’] vehicle into a light pole.”

Neighborhood resident Shaniqua Hudson described the event as “shocking,” telling KPRC-TV she heard gunfire before looking outside to see the crashed car.

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