Fatal Shooting Possibly Self-Defense, Social Media Blames Completely Unrelated Woman Instead


LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY — Sunday saw a fatal dispute erupt at the Animal Clinic & Hospital on the 2400 block of Dixie Highway, Shively, which ended with a tragic shooting.

Shively spokesman, Jordan Brown, reported a verbal altercation escalating into a physical confrontation while police were en route to the scene, according to WAVE 3.

During the fight, one individual, later identified as 21-year-old Trent Taylor, was shot.

Despite the immediate response of EMS personnel, Taylor succumbed to his injuries at the University of Louisville Hospital.

Authorities confirmed Taylor’s death as a homicide.

The investigation is currently ongoing. Preliminary findings suggest that a self-defense claim could be involved, leading to the absence of any arrests at the time of WAVE 3’s report.

However, the Shively police emphasized that this does not represent a final judgement.

Simultaneously, Shively police addressed online rumors that were incorrectly implicating a woman named Jayme Bond in the shooting, which have led to threats against her life.

Authorities confirmed Bond’s non-involvement, urging people to refrain from spreading unfounded speculations.


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