Woman accused of removing bloody clothes to conceal killing
GRETNA, La. (AP) — A New Orleans woman accused of shooting a man then stripping off her bloodied clothes to hide the evidence pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges including second-degree murder.
The Times-Picayune’The New Orleans Advocate reports Anthony Fefie, 27, of Harvey was shot to death in March in Jefferson Parish. The suspect is 19-year-old Tyria Robinson.
Jefferson Parish authorities said she was in the passenger seat of the car Fefie was driving when he was shot. The car swerved and hit a brick fence before crashing into a tree.
Investigators said Robinson flagged down a motorist later and claimed she had been kidnapped and her clothes were ripped away by men chasing her. Detectives said witnesses contradicted her story.
Witnesses told investigators a blood-splattered woman got out of the passenger side of the crashed vehicle, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The woman, later identified as Robinson, told onlookers the driver had passed out before she fled, fully-clothed, to a nearby apartment complex.