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Missouri woman accused of tracking down and killing brother's suspected murderer

Added 01-21-21 02:13:01pm EST - “A sister left devastated by the slaying of her younger brother allegedly tracked down his suspected murderer and killed him just days later.” - Nydailynews.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nydailynews.com: “Missouri woman accused of tracking down and killing brother’s suspected murderer”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A sister left devastated by the slaying of her younger brother allegedly tracked down his suspected murderer and killed him just days later.

Tityana Coppage has been charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of 36-year-old Keith Lars, according to a press release from the Jackson County Prosecutors office. Police on Tuesday told KCTV they believe the 21-year-old suspect wanted revenge in the killing of her little brother, 16-year-old Jason Ugwuh.

The teen was fatally shot on Jan. 10, making him the third juvenile homicide victim in the family in recent years. His aunt, Aishah Coppage, told KSHB that her son, 8-year-old Montell Ross, and nephew, 9-year-old Jayden Ugwuh, were killed in 2016 while playing video games. Authorities believed the shooting to be targeted, but that the children were not the intended victims.

According to court records, Coppage confessed to investigators that she knew where Lars would be on Jan. 13 and then followed him to a parking lot, where she allegedly fired at a vehicle he was in at the time. Authorities said at least one of the passengers returned fire and that 23 shell casings were discovered on the scene.

The victim’s brother tried to drive him to the hospital but stopped in the street after only a short amount of time to call for help. Responding medical crews worked to save the man, but were ultimately unsuccessful.

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