World News

Teenager arrested in connection with the shooting of a pastor in Memphis

A teenager accused of driving a getaway car from Zionfield Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, after Pastor Clemmie Livingston Jr. was shot in the face by unidentified carjackers in February has been arrested in connection with the incident.


R’Shunio Greer, aged 18, faces charges of aggravated robbery and theft of property, as reported by WREG. He is also charged with multiple counts of gun possession.

Court documents, cited by the news outlet, indicate that Greer was linked to Livingston’s shooting after investigators discovered photos of him in a car stolen from Livingston’s church on the day of the incident.

Greer allegedly confessed to driving away from the scene. His bond for the shooting case is set at $250,000, and with additional bond amounts for other cases, his total bond reaches $390,500.

Livingston was shot shortly after 9 a.m. on February 25, as he exited his church before the Sunday morning service. He recounted the experience during his first sermon since the shooting, delivered on Easter Sunday.


Leave a reply