$1M Bond Set for Woman Accused in Chuck-E-Cheese Shooting

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DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Bond is set at one million dollars for a Davenport woman accused in the shooting death of a woman at a Chuck-E-Cheese.

Twenty-four-year-old Treshonda Pollion is charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Eloise Chairs at the pizza restaurant Sunday night.

Pollion made an initial appearance in Scott County Court this morning.

She has a preliminary hearing on November 6th.

Police say Chairs was shot at the Kimberly Road restaurant around 7:40 Sunday night.

She was given medical attention on the scene and later pronounced dead at a hospital.

A group of people held a prayer group for Chairs in front of the restaurant yesterday morning.

KWQC-TV 6 reports Chair's family said her youngest child is 4-weeks-old. Her family says she loved her children, nieces and nephews and was the kind of person who always wanted to help others even if she needed help herself.

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