Louisville family ‘in disbelief’ over murder of 20-year-old mother

I AM VICKY DORE, AND I AM RICK VANHOOSE THE FILAMY OF A 20-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WHO BECAME THE VICTIM OF DOMESTIC ABUSE SPEAK OF THE MAN NOW CHARGED WITH KILLINGER MICHAEL CODES WAS ARRESTED TODAY FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE H FAMILY SAYS ALEXIS MATTHEWS THEY ARE STILL DISFULLY. WHEN WE WERE TOGETHER, WE MACKLED ALYSWA OVER EACH OTHER. JUST LAUGH. PROBABLY TOWHR SOME SILLY BLOWS A SISTER LINK TORN BY VIOLENCE. APPEARENTLY WE ARE MORE THAN ONE SIDE. SO YOU KNOW, I REALLY HOPE HE DIDN’T SUFFER JASMINE FOSTER’S YOUNG SISTER. ASHLEYAS WA SHOOT SEVERAL TIMES AT SHE MAKING APARTMENT AVENUE HER HUSBAND OF 39 YEAR OLD. COATS IS CHARGED WITH KILLING HIS BELIEFS OF JASMINE. THE ETH SITUATION COULD HAVE BEEN EVEN WORSE IF FOSTERS DOL SON TWO YEAR OLD WHICH WERE NOT COATS WAS THERE WE PICKED UP THEM A FEW DAYS AGO MY SISTERS ATHLETES. SHE WANTED HIM PKIC UP THIS DAY, YOU KNOW TO SPEND TIME WITH HIM. AS HE ALWAYS DOES, JASMINE SAYS SHE KNEW THE COUPLE FIGHTED ONCE. I HEAR THEY HAVE ARGUMENTS. THEY ARE PHYSICAL ONCE AND YOU KNOW ANYONE. TBU SHE NEVER IMAGINED THAT I WOULD FINISH. IF TRAGICALLY NOT MY SISTER WODUL JUST GIVE UP AND LEAVE IT. SO IT DEFINITELY EMITTED A LOT OF BAD VIBES. AND YOU KNOW, I DIDN’T KNOW HE HAD A GUN ON HIM OR SOMETHING WHILE IN AN arraignment ON WEDNESDAY A JUDGE SET COATS BOND AT $1 MILLION CASH, WHICH WAS UP 250,000 BECSEAU FROM HIS CRIMINAL HISTORY WITH FENCES NOT JUST HERE. LOUISVILLE COURT RECDSOR SHOW LOUISVILLE COLTS WAS GIVEN PROBATIONOR F VARIOUS NON-VIOLENT CRIMES INCLUDING POSSESSION OF DRUGS AND FIREARMS, BUT DISTRICT COURT JUSTICE AMBER WOLF HAS REVEALED VIOLENT OFFENSES COATS WOULD HAVE COMTTEDMI IN GEORGIA FARM. THEFT AGGRESSIVE ASSAULT POSSESSION OF GUN OR KNIFE WHILE COMMISSIONING OR ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A CERTAIN CRIME, BGHEHIND BARS FOSTERS FAMILY SAYS THEY WILL NEVER FORGET AND NOW THEY CANNOT FORGIVE YOU LEFT A MOTHER AWAY OMFR JORDAN AND I DON’T KNOW HOW HE EVER GONNA BELL HAS TO LIVE THIS IN LOUISVILLE, ALEXIS MATHEWS WLKY NEWS AND FOSTER’S FAMILY IS NOW FOCUSED ON TAKING CARE OF HIS SON AND PLANNING HIS MEMORIAL SERVICE

Louisville family ‘in disbelief’ after mother, 20, shot dead, husband charged with murder

A brotherly bond, torn apart by gun violence. “When we were together, we were always joking about each other, just laughing, probably throwing stupid punches,” Jasmine Foster said. “I think that’s the part I’ll miss.” Foster’s younger sister, Ashley, 20, was shot multiple times in her Macon Avenue apartment on Tuesday. Her husband, Michael Coates, 39, is accused of killing her. Police said the shooting stemmed from a domestic violence situation. reacted to the news, it was just disbelief,” she said. “Apparently there was more than one hit. I really hope she didn’t suffer.” Jasmine thinks the situation could have been even worse if Ashley Foster’s 2-year-old son, who is not Coates’, was there. pick up a few days ago and Ashley wanted to pick him up that day and hang out with him,” she said. “My whole family is really grateful that he wasn’t there because we don’t know what could have happened.” Jasmine says she knew the couple had a falling out, but she never imagined it would end so tragically. I had fights and they got physical once; nobody liked it,” she said. “I thought my sister would give up and leave him, so it gave off a lot of bad vibes and I didn’t know he had a gun on him or anything. either.” At an arraignment on Wednesday, a judge put Coates on $1 million bail, which was increased to $250,000 because of his criminal history and offenses not only in Louisville. But, the District Court Judge Amber Wolf revealed violent offenses Coates allegedly committed in Georgia. “I think there’s a flight risk here,” Wolf said. “There’s an armed robbery, aggravated assault, possession of a gun or knife during the commission of, or intent to commit a certain crime.” While behind bars, Foster’s family say they will never forget ever and that right now she can’t forgive.” You took a mother away from Jordan and I don’t know how he’ll be able to live. re with this,” Jasmine said. The family has set up a GoFundMe to help with funeral costs, which you can find by clicking this link. court appearance is May 12. He faces charges of murder-domestic violence, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and trafficking in marijuana.

A brotherly bond torn apart by armed violence.

“When we were together, we were always joking about each other, just laughing, probably throwing stupid punches,” Jasmine Foster said. “I think that’s the part I’ll miss.”

Foster’s younger sister, Ashley, 20, was shot multiple times in her Macon Avenue apartment on Tuesday. Her husband, Michael Coates, 39, is accused of killing her.

Police said the shooting stemmed from a domestic violence situation.

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“The way everyone reacted to the news really hurt, it was just disbelief,” she said. “Apparently there was more than one blow. I really hope she didn’t suffer.”

Jasmine thinks the situation could have been even worse if Ashley Foster’s 2-year-old son, who is not Coates’, was there.

“We picked him up a few days ago and Ashley wanted to pick him up that day and hang out with him,” she said. “My whole family is really grateful that he wasn’t there because we don’t know what could have happened.”

Jasmine says she knew the couple had a falling out, but she never imagined it would end so tragically.

“One day I hear they’re arguing and they got physical once; nobody liked it,” she said. “I thought my sister would give up and leave him, so it gave off a lot of bad vibes and I didn’t know he had a gun on him or anything.”

At an arraignment on Wednesday, a judge set Coates’ bail at $1 million, which was raised to $250,000 based on his criminal history and offenses, not just in Louisville.

Court records show that in Louisville, Coates was probationed for various non-violent crimes, including possession of drugs and firearms. But, District Court Judge Amber Wolf revealed violent offenses Coates allegedly committed in Georgia.

“I think there’s a leak risk here,” Wolf said. “There is armed robbery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm or knife during the commission or intent to commit a certain crime.”

Although behind bars, Foster’s family say they will never forget and in this moment they cannot forgive.

“You took a mother away from Jordan and I don’t know how he’s going to live with that,” Jasmine said.

The family has created a GoFundMe to help with funeral costs, which you can find by clicking on this link.

Coates’ next court appearance is May 12. He faces charges of murder, domestic violence, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and trafficking in marijuana.

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