Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters disclosed a doable motive for a girl’s choice to strike two pedestrians in entrance of the Spring Grove Village Kroger on Thursday.
On August 31, Taah’viya Chapman, 24, dropped off Jawon Lunsford on the Kroger.
Deters claimed that whereas contained within the retailer, Chapman appeared by Lunsford’s phone and seen texts between her sister and her boyfriend that she believed to be inappropriate.
Deters claimed that Chapman then struck Lunsford collectively together with her van as he was exiting Kroger.
Christopher Griffith, a bystander with none involvement, was moreover strolling in entrance of Kroger similtaneously Lunsford.
Hamilton County research that when Chapman struck Griffith, 58, he was injury and handed away on the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Where Is Taahviya Chapman Now?
On Friday, Taahviya Chapman, 24, appeared sooner than the select and was accused of murder, felony assault, and endangering a child. According to Deters, Chapman could now receive a life sentence.
Documents claiming that Chapman had beforehand misplaced custody of a four-year-old teen surfaced when she made her courtroom docket look.
Her father now has custody of that teen. Deters acknowledged that he thinks the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services has custody of the 8-month-old.