Man Charged With Killing Woman Outside Manchester Bar Held Without Bail

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MANCHESTER, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A Manchester, NH man is being held without bail charged in the shooting death of a 34-year-old mom.

Justin Moura, 34, of Manchester is being held on second degree murder charges in the connection with the death of Tanya Hall.

Hall was at the Manchvegas Bar and Grill nightclub on March 2 with her boyfriend Jeremy Winslow — who tells WBZ-TV that there was a brief confrontation with the accused shooter and two other men wearing black vests inside the club.

Winslow said he brushed it off, but when the men came closer the two decided to leave.

As they were leaving, a group followed them outside, Winslow said the group surrounded his car, he heard a "pop" as he drove off, then heard Hall say, "'Babe, they got me.' And she reached both of her arms around my one arm and she laid her head down," Winslow said.

After that, she was silent, and she fell when he tried to shake her. He called 911.

Moura, who waved an arraignment appearance, was assigned a public defender and entered a not guilty plea. He has a March 12 bail hearing. A police affidavit in his case has been sealed.

Winslow said Hall leaves behind an 18-month-old son a funeral is planned for Friday.

WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens (@CarlWBZ) reports.

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