Man Accused of Fatally Shooting Pregnant Woman in Street Fight to Appear in Court Today

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A man accused of fatally shooting a pregnant woman during a street altercation is scheduled to appear in court today, March 25. Jeon Davis, 43-years-old, faces charges of first-degree murder and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun in the shooting death of Tamara Plummer.

The incident occurred on Quinn Street on March 14, where a confrontation between Davis’ and Plummer’s children escalated into gunfire. Police reports indicate that the argument quickly spiraled out of control, leading to shots being fired.

In the midst of the chaos, Davis allegedly approached Plummer aggressively and shot her multiple times, resulting in her tragic death. In retaliation, Plummer’s daughter, Destiney Plummer, fired back at Davis, inadvertently hitting two other individuals in the process.

Destiney Plummer has been charged with reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon and is also expected to appear in court today at 9 a.m. The heartbreaking incident has left the community in shock, underscoring the devastating consequences of violence and conflict.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the families involved are left grappling with the aftermath of a senseless tragedy. The courtroom today is likely to be filled with emotions as justice is sought for the lives lost and affected by the heartbreaking events that transpired on that fateful day in South Memphis.

In the wake of this tragic incident, authorities are urging for peace and conflict resolution to prevent such heartbreaking losses from occurring in the future. The community is coming together to support the affected families and seek solace during this difficult time.