GREEN BAY - A Howard woman has been officially charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend over the weekend.
43-year-old Tricia Phillips was charged with first degree intentional homicide Monday afternoon.
Police say Phillips shot and killed 46 year old David Rosenberg early Saturday morning.
"It's just not fair, it's not fair," said Rosenberg's niece Crystal Williquette.
Family of David Rosenberg wants answers after this weekend's shooting.
It all started at Northern Pines Apartments in Howard early Saturday morning.
According to the criminal complaint, Phillips and Rosenberg had started arguing after Phillips told Rosenberg she "believed she was pregnant."
After arguing for several hours, Phillips told police she shot Rosenberg in the head after he had choked her.
Later on, Phillips told police she was "scared" of Rosenberg.
However, the complaint says Phillips spoke with a neighbor the night before. The report says that neighbor told police, Phillips was mad at Rosenberg because she felt Rosenberg was lying about talking to his ex-wife.
The report states Phillips told the neighbor "something's going down tonight."
"He didn't deserve this," Williquette said.
Rosenberg's family says he wasn't a violent person.
They believe Phillips' $100,000 cash bond wasn't enough.
“I don't feel that it's fair to put a price on somebody's life, she should stay behind bars. She should not see the light of day. To take somebody's life in cold blood, you deserve to live a cold life and that's all I want to say,” said Crystal Williquette, victim’s niece.
The public defender for Phillips said he anticipated this would be a hotly contested case. He argued for less of a cash bond, since he said she was the one who called 911 and cooperated with authorities.
However, that request was ultimately denied. Phillips is due back in court next week.
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