Wichita woman charged with first-degree murder in sister’s death


WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Joy Wilson, 34, the Wichita woman arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder stemming from a shooting that killed her sister, 40-year-old Shawna Webb of Wichita, made her first court appearance Wednesday. Wilson was charged with murder in the first degree; intentional and premeditated.

Joy Wilson (Courtesy of Sedgwick County Jail)

On Saturday, officers responded to an assist call at St. Joseph Hospital at 3600 E. Harry. Upon arrival, officers contacted Wilson and received information that Webb was shot and needed help. Officers also saw a handgun inside Wilson’s vehicle. Officers located a crime scene at a home in the 2400 block of Green where Webb was found inside, shot, and unresponsive. Webb was pronounced dead on the scene.

Wilson’s bond is set at $150,000. Her next court date is on June 3.

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