Renton woman arrested after allegedly admitting to shooting

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crimesceneRENTON — A 34-year-old Renton woman was arrested Sunday for allegedly shooting and killing her husband during a domestic violence incident, the Seattle Times reported.

A woman called police around 1:38 p.m. Sunday to report she had shot her husband in the 12400 block of Southeast 184th Street. When police arrived, they found a 31-year-old man bleeding from a gunshot wound.

He died later at the hospital.

Police arrested the woman,who was scheduled to appear in court Monday afternoon. Children that lived in the home were released to a family friend, the Times reported.

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  • ctfes606

    Before the flood gates open and the ignorant comments and jokes come rolling in about this story, please know that he was an amazing human, father, brother and mentor. He had no part in the domestic violence rather he had his life ripped away by a woman who wouldn't let him separate from her to start a better, happier life for himself and his kids. I knew the victim and he was truly one of the few people on this earth who would do anything for anyone and deeply believed in Karma. Since this story does not tell you his story I thought I would share this much before those people who get bored and have no life view this story and decide to make a judgment on this situation. Please have compassion for this family and for the life that was taken much to early. Most importantly for the kids who are now grieving the loss of one of their best friends.

  • John Fuller

    Now that being said, the fact remains that in Washington State, there is a strong possibility that the female killer will not spend much time in prison as opposed to a man committing such crimes.

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