Memphis pastor shot and killed and wife injured by woman who screamed: You broke my heart.”

Latoshia Daniels allegedly shot and killed a Memphis pastor and wounded his wife after visiting their home.

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A woman who worked as a certified anger management specialist allegedly shot and killed a Memphis pastor and wounded his wife after visiting their home, WREG reports.

Pastor Brodes Perry of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church died last Friday after Latoshia Daniels went to his home, and after being let in because they knew who she was, Daniels screamed, “You broke my heart,” and fired on the pastor and his wife.

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According to reports, Daniels came to the home unexpectedly and was let inside because they knew her from her time living in Little Rock. The wife reportedly was walking Daniels to the door to leave when she pulled out her gun and screamed: “you broke my heart” and started shooting.

The Perrys’ resided at Meridian Place Apartments in Collierville. The police were called after residents reported hearing screamed and shots fired.

Daniels reportedly still had the gun in hand when police arrived and refused to put it down at first.

According to the police report, the wife tried to shield her husband before Daniels told her to move and then shot her in her left shoulder.

Perry’s wife said she was unaware if there was an existing affair between Daniels and her husband.

Perry died at the Regional Medical Center.

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Daniels also resisted arrest and reportedly attacked an officer and tried to run. She was accosted after police forced her to the ground and arrested her.

Daniels has been charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, assault on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Daniels goes by the title “Dr.” online and describes herself as a social worker and certified anger management specialist.

According to the outlet, a business filing with the state of Arkansas has Daniels listed as an officer at a company called The Root Behavioral Health in Little Rock.

Perry’s church, where he served as executive pastor, described him as a “phenomenal man, dedicated to the kingdom of God.”