August 15, 2019
Shemeka Shanta Jackson.
I’m pleased with a guilty verdict.
I’m also pleased that we’ve been spared the details of what happened after this boomer pervert drove the negress downtown for “about an hour.”
A Shreveport woman was found guilty Thursday in the 2017 death of a 70-year-old man in downtown Shreveport, the Caddo District Attorney’s Office announced.
Shemeka Shanta Jackson, 37, was arrested May 2017 and charged with the second-degree murder of Kenneth Clay Foshee, of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. The charge was later changed to manslaughter by a Caddo Parish grand jury.
On Thursday, a jury found her guilty of negligent homicide, which is a lesser offense. She faces up to five years in prison and will return to court on Sept. 4 for sentencing.
On May 5, 2017, Foshee was found fatally shot in his vehicle at Travis and Douglas streets just after 5:30 a.m.
“Evidence showed that Foshee had picked up Jackson at a Shreveport casino and the two left together in his vehicle, spending about an hour together in downtown Shreveport,” read a news release from the Caddo District Attorney’s Office.
“Jackson claimed that the killing was self-defense, which the jury rejected.”
Kenneth Clay Foshee with a nervous-looking dog.