Three people have been charged in the fatal shooting of a Flint dollar store security guard following a dispute over the store’s face mask policy, according to Michigan police. Sharmel Teague, her husband Larry Teague, and her son Ramonyea Bishop were charged with first-degree premeditated murder and gun charges after shooting Calvin Munerlyn, who barred Teague’s daughter from entering the Family Dollar store because she was not wearing a face mask, according to Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. Munerlyn, a 43-year-old father of six, was shot in the head at the store on Friday and later died in a nearby hospital.
A vigil was held on Sunday night for Munerlyn, which reportedly attracted about 150 people. “He was with my kids every day. He helped them with everything,” his wife, Latryna Sims-Munerlyn, told MLive. “That man was a legend out here, from troubled teenagers that he helped to taking care of his babies, his wife, his home.”