PD: Suspect accused of fatally shooting woman in north Phoenix apartment

A woman is being accused of manslaughter after another woman was fatally shot at an apartment near 15th Avenue and Peoria on April 21.

Police officers responded to a shooting call in the area Wednesday afternoon and found 24-year-old Dejahnique Jackson with a gunshot wound.

Jackson was taken to the hospital where she later died, officials said.

Detectives said they found probable cause to arrest 21-year-old Amelleonna Russell in connection with the shooting. She was booked into jail and faces a manslaughter charge.

The investigation is ongoing.

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