MEMPHIS, Tenn. - An arrest has been made after a woman was shot in the head multiple times by a man in southeast Memphis.
Officers were called to the 6900 block of Birch Lake around 4:30 Friday afternoon.
Police found a woman on the scene that had been shot multiple times in the head and lower extremities.
MFD transported the victim to the hospital in critical condition, she was later pronounced dead at Regional One.
Investigators located the suspect, Terrell Craft, less than a mile away in the 6700 block of Water Grove and took him into custody.
Police located two guns on the ground near Craft.
When Craft arrived at the homicide office, he admitted to shooting the victim multiple times after "she disrespected" him by calling him a b****, according to MPD.
Family members provided me with this photo of Rasha Teal, the woman killed Friday after calling Terrell Craft a “bit**.”— Winnie Wright (@WinnieWrightTV) June 16, 2019
They say they don’t feel like the shooting was random because Craft was as armed and able to shoot her so many times. @FOX13Memphis pic.twitter.com/asNzLsSxTv
Witnesses told MPD Craft watched them as they drove into their apartment complex. He began to act suspicious when he approached the victim.
The victim and Craft got into a verbal confrontation, then Craft shot the victim multiple times, according to witnesses.
Craft has been charged with first-degree murder. He's expected in court Monday at 9:00 a.m.
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