Involuntary Manslaughter? Don’t you mean Murder?

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A domestic dispute which resulted in the death of Milton Wayne Hopkins was called Involuntary Manslaughter apparently because Ja-hmariay Quentell McDavid was coaxed, by his family, to turn himself at the Roswell NM USA Police Department.

Multiple shots were fired inside a home in the 200 block of West Mathews Street only five blocks from Missouri Elementary School. The victim, 37 year old Hopkins, would likely label his death as murder if a seance could be conducted.

I do hope that McDavid turning himself in was NOT what got him the reduced homicide charge of manslaughter.  It was a toxic mixture of inlaws, boyfriends, and girlfriends that we see all too often during the Holiday seasons.

Cold blooded murder, not manslaughter

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  1. I think you are being too harsh. The homie turned himself in and is still a young man who can get his life together.

    On another note, this reminds of article by Susan Alexander Yates and Andrea Gutierrez TIMES TEN dude. Jeez Louise!! ….. where a mother-in-law had gone behind the back of her son’s wife regarding Xmas family reunion. Now nobody got shot, but tensions can be so high between cousins,uncles, aunts during Xmas time!!

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