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Cheese in October. Treshonda Pollion, 25, declined to comment before Judge John Telleen handed down the sentence during a hearing held over Zoom. Pollion pleaded guilty in April to voluntary manslaughter, a Class C felony. According to an affidavit for a search warrant filed in the case:. Davenport officers were dispatched around p. Cheese, E. Kimberly Road, where they found Chairs with a gunshot wound. She was transported to Genesis East Hospital, where she was pronounced dead less than an hour later. Police interviewed numerous witnesses who said an argument took place between Chairs and others at the restaurant.
Police learned the argument surrounded a game card that was possibly stolen. A witness told police that she and Chairs argued over the game card and that the argument was momentarily broken up. The manager tried breaking up the fight when Pollion and Chairs exchanged punches. The fight continued over by the prize area, where a man who was with Chairs got involved. The woman who first argued with Chairs said she saw Pollion with a gun in her hand and heard Chairs yell that Pollion had a gun.
Pollion and Chairs began to tussle, and the woman said she heard one gunshot.
The woman told police Pollion was the person who shot Chairs before leaving the restaurant. Officers located one. They now have no mom. Pollion initially was charged with first-degree murder, but prosecutors amended the charge to second-degree murder in December. Scott County Attorney Mike Walton told TV6 at the time that he did not feel the evidence supported premeditation when he reviewed the case.
So I think the conviction of voluntary manslaughter is [a] reasonable outcome, under the law and facts of this case and that the incarceration is mandatory and appropriate. Her attorney, Michael Motto, agreed and said Pollion is taking responsibility for her part in the incident. Tracking the Curve. Traffic Cams. Iowa Road Conditions. Illinois Road Conditions. Spotlight Athlete. John Deere Community Spotlight. Hometown Hero. Nominate a Hometown Hero. Meet the Team. Paula Sands Live. Vaccination FAQ. Learn United. Gray DC Bureau. Investigate TV. Latest Newscasts.
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