Woman Accused of Killing Tennessee Pastor Brodes Perry and Injuring His Wife Pleads Not Guilty

The attorney for the woman charged with shooting and killing a Collierville pastor entered a plea of not guilty on her behalf Tuesday.

Attorney Leslie Ballin said Latoshia Daniels didn’t appear in court Tuesday due to logistics, but he said his client was not guilty.

“We’ve entered a not guilty plea. We mean it,” Ballin said.

Daniels is accused of coming from Little Rock to Brodes Perry’s Collierville apartment and shooting him several times while saying, “You broke my heart.”

Police say she then shot Perry’s wife in the shoulder after she knelt beside him. Daniels is also accused of running from police and assaulting an officer after being taken to the hospital.

The 39-year-old describes herself online as a social worker and certified anger management specialist.

She is charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. There’s no bail set for her, but her attorneys said they may ask for bail at the next hearing.

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SOURCE: WREG Memphis, Bridget Chapman