Baltimore police have arrested a second person in connection with a March shooting outside a nightclub in Mount Vernon that authorities say was sparked when women bumped into one another on the dance floor.
Kimberly Moody, 22, of Gwynn Oak was arrested Monday and charged with assault, conspiracy to commit assault, a handgun violation and accessory after the fact in the March 7 fatal shooting of Sctario Tia Edwards outside of Coconuts Cafe, in the 300 block of W. Madison St. Moody's role in the shooting was not immediately clear.
According to charging documents in a related arrest, Brendi Simms, Sheray Belt and their friends were dancing in the nightclub when one of them bumped into Sharon Latrice Newton, sparking an argument.
Newton left the club but returned in a dark sport utility vehicle at closing time and began attacking Simms, Belt and others with a pipe, the documents say.
During the fight, Newton retrieved a revolver from the SUV and started firing into the crowd, hitting Edwards, according to the documents.
Simms was shot at least twice, police said, and Belt was shot in the head and torso.
Edwards was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where she died.
Newton, 34, was indicted April 17 on charges of first-degree murder and several counts of attempted first-degree murder.
Moody, who court records show does not have a prior criminal record, was ordered held without bond at a bail review Tuesday morning.