I doubt he beat her.
But if he did, she absolutely deserved it for being a sheboon-loving dyke.
Authorities arrested three people after they discovered the body of a 55-year-old man at a homeless camp where the victim lived. The body of Gregory Shull was found in a wooded area of the camp, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.
Shadria “Shay” Pinkston 34, is accused of shooting the victim because she suspected that her 43-year-old girlfriend, Stacy Testerman, had been beaten by him, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. Testerman lived with Shull.
Pinkston’s father, Norman Pinkston 63, picked her up from the Polk County Jail around 10 p.m. on April 28 and then drove her out to the camp, a press release said. Norman gave a gun to his daughter for her own protection before she walked alone to the wooded area. An argument ensued with Shull, and as the women began to leave, authorities say Pinkston shot Shull in the back. The women walked back to Norman and his vehicle.
“We were initially told gunshots in the area were just target practice, and on the surface that looked like the case,” said Sheriff Grady Judd in a press release. “But our detectives pushed the investigation further. It turns out that Mr. Shull was shot in the back by a friend of a woman whom he was living (with) after an argument.”
Pinkston was charged with second-degree murder and Testerman was charged with accessory after the fact. Norman was charged with giving false information to law enforcement during a felony investigation.