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18-year-old woman charged for allegedly killing man in Lumberton

Tierra Kay Hammonds (Source: Robeson County Sheriff's Office) Tierra Kay Hammonds (Source: Robeson County Sheriff's Office)

ROBESON COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – An 18-year-old woman has been charged for allegedly killing a man on Tuesday morning off Rozier Church Road in Lumberton.

Tierra Kay Hammonds is charged with first degree murder, according to Major Anthony Thompson with the Robeson County Sheriff's Office.

Major Thompson says 36-year-old William Christopher Hardin and Hammonds’ boyfriend got into a fight.

He said Hammonds got out of a car and fired a shot after seeing the men taking a few swings at each other. The shot fired hit Hardin in the head.

Hammonds and her boyfriend fled the scene, according to Major Thompson.

Hardin died at the Southeastern Health Center in Lumberton from the injuries he sustained in the shooting.

Hammonds is being held at the Robeson County Detention Center without bond.

Stay tuned to WMBF News to bring you the latest updates on this story as they become available.

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