One woman is dead and another sustained a gunshot wound to the leg Monday after a shooting incident in Jay, Fla.
According to police reports, Barbara Wolfe was declared dead on the scene after being shot in the chest and Kimberly Horne was transported via helicopter to obtain medical attention for her injuries. She has been discharged from the hospital.
Jay resident Christopher Warrick, 57, is charged him with Homicide (First Degree Felony) and Aggravated Battery (Second Degree Felony).
The incident occurred at Warrick’s residence 6034 Tractor Trail in Jay, Fla.
According to the police report, Wolfe was at the residence retrieving her clothes with David Watts.
Witness statements said Warrick grabbed Wolfe and threatened to punch her at which point Watts told Warrick to stop.
Warrick then allegedly pointed a black pistol at Watts and threatened to shoot him. Watts and Wolfe then left the residence.
They later returned when Horne went to the residence. Officers received a 911 call, and while en route, the two female victims were shot.
Responding officers detained Warrick and found both victims inside his home.
Warrick is being held without bond in the Santa Rosa County jail pending a first court appearance in connection to Wolfe’s death.