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WHITE MARSH — "I'm guilty. I fired the shot. I killed her," Gomezgeka Chisala, a 29-year-old man from Randallstown, allegedly told police before being charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Shaunya Green, his ex-girlfriend.

Police had found Green, a 32-year-old resident of Proctor Avenue in White Marsh, suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck just after 4:30 a.m. She was transported to Franklin Square Hospital, and declared dead at about 5:40 a.m.

At the Proctor Avenue house, police spoke to several men who were inside, asking for a suspect description, according to charging papers. At that point, Chisala, who told a court commissioner he works as a hearing officer for the unemployment raised his hand.

Court records allege that, after being detained, Chisala confessed to investigators at Baltimore County Police Headquarters. He proceeded to tell them that Green was his ex-girlfriend, and that he had driven to her house with a gun. He said he argued with her, and eventually exited the house to the yard. He loaded the gun before entering the house again and stashed it under her bed. He then continued to argue with her. 

Police allege that, at one point, Chisala retrieved the gun, and he and Green fought over it. Two shots were fired — the first one missed, and the second one struck her, proving fatal. Police recovered two shell casings and the gun. 

Chisala is being held at Baltimore County Department of Corrections without bail on a single first-degree murder charge. 

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