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Affidavit: Woman stole gun used in shooting death of ex-boyfriend

Angeline Olivia Brossett (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.) Angeline Olivia Brossett (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Angeline Brossett, the woman accused of killing her ex-boyfriend, Jeremy Nilges, reportedly stole the gun she used to shoot him, according to court documents.

You may remember police found the firearm shortly after the shooting on Parker’s Creek Rd. in Biloxi last week. According to court documents, the gun was stolen from Biloxi, and Brossett was the suspect in the theft.

Family members tell police Nilges and Brossett had a history of domestic violence. According to the arrest affidavit, Nilges showed up at Brossett’s mother’s house the day he was killed.

The affidavit says Brossett ‘s mother told investigators her daughter fired two “warning shots” to get Nilges to leave the property. That’s when, according to the document, Brossett followed Nilges into the street and shot him. Brossett reportedly told her mother she shot “him dead.”

Brossett is charged with manslaughter and possession of a stolen firearm. She is locked up at the Harrison County jail on a $110,000 bond.

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