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Boyfriend charged in woman's shooting death

Posted November 7, 2008

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— Police on Friday charged a Fayetteville man with the shooting death of his girlfriend.

Officers responding to a reported shooting found Regina Boykin King, 38, on the floor of her home at 625 McLamb Drive, off Murchison Road, at about 10:40 p.m. Thursday, police said.

Efforts to revive King were unsuccessful, and she was pronounced dead at Cape Fear Valley Hospital, police said.

Michael Anderson, 29, also of 625 McLamb Drive, was charged with first -degree murder in her death. He was being held without bond Friday in the Cumberland County Jail.


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  • luvdolphin2 Nov 7, 2008

    My goodness. when is this madness going to end? day in and day out we are hearing more and more about people killing their spouses or domestic partners.

    same stuff, different name and day. geesh

  • san4short Nov 7, 2008

    I will never understand the need to kill someone. If you're not happy in a relationship, just walk away, end the marriage/relationship, why do we need to resort to such violence? What good does it do anyone, now he's in jail, the family and friends of the victim will never live in peace of what he has done. I just hope they didn't have children together. My prayers for her family during a very difficult time in their lives.

  • ptahandatum Nov 7, 2008

    Anyone found guilty of killing someone the claim to love should be put to death themselves.

    NO MORE KID GLOVES!!!" Mighty xtianly of you Rev. You're showing your real colors again.

  • Adelinthe Nov 7, 2008

    If he is found guilty - the death penalty.

    Anyone found guilty of killing someone the claim to love should be put to death themselves.


    God bless.

    Rev. RB

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  • Just the facts mam Nov 7, 2008

    Only the names change...

  • concerned carolinian Nov 7, 2008

    This is terrible! So many stories of people being killed by their partners. It is getting too predictable. My heart really goes out to all the family and friends that are affected by these tragedies.

  • LOC Nov 7, 2008

    This is soo sad.. I pray it is not another domestic case.. May she RIP!!