Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Charleatha Nevins accused of shooting and killing her husband, Eric Nevins

Posted By on Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 11:53 AM

Charleatha Nevins told police that she and her husband were arguing over a credit card.
  • Charleatha Nevins told police that she and her husband were arguing over a credit card.
Charleatha Nevins is "The Chosen One." Or so her chest tattoo tells us. She's also accused of shooting and killing her husband, 25-year-old Eric Nevins, in the street at 3339 Forest earlier this week.

Jackson County prosecutors have charged the 28-year-old with second-degree murder and armed criminal action.

In an interview with detectives, Charleatha Nevins said she shot her husband, whom she claimed was punching her in the head through the driver's-side window of her vehicle, during an argument over the use of a credit card. She claimed that she was in a struggle for the 9 mm weapon with her husband.

Court records say Charleatha Nevins didn't appear to be bruised during her interview with detectives. Also, court records say Eric Nevins' body was free of powder burns, gun-powder residue or other signs of a close-range firing.

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