NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -- A north St. Louis City man was charged with first-degree murder after an argument turned deadly on September 27.

Officers arrived to a home in the 10200 block of Duke Drive around 9 p.m. after getting an alert from ShotSpotter. Once there, they found 34-year-old Amy Wiseman from Collinsville, Illinois had been shot. 

Rashad Manning mugshot

Rashad Manning, 40, wash charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the September 28 shooting death of Amy Wiseman.

She later died at the scene, police said.

While speaking to witnesses, officials discovered that the suspect got into an argument with someone at the home. During the argument, Rashad Manning, 40, pulled out a gun and began shooting. One of the bullets hit Wiseman, who was not involved in the dispute. 

Authorities said both Wiseman and Manning knew each other. 

Manning was charged on October 9 with first-degree murder and one count armed criminal action.

Police said Manning was taken into custody in Mississippi on October 8. 

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