Marsh, 23, was fatally shot on April 5 in a home on East McCreight Avenue, according to police. A police affidavit says Hypes told them that the two were arguing when a shoving match began. He brandished the firearm but didn’t intend to kill Marsh, Hypes said, according to the affidavit.
“During the shoving, Travis said he reached into his right pocket and pulled out a pistol,” the affidavit says. “She shoved him again after the gun, so he shoved her back with both hands His right hand had the gun in it, and as he shoved her, it discharged.”