Murdered mother had filed for protective order, but case dismissed

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HENRICO, Va. (WTVR) — Sherwood Green describes his big sister as a smiling face with a big heart.

“She was a great woman,” he said. “She’s going to be truly missed.”

Richmond police discovered 26-year-old Sheena Green’s body early Sunday morning on the city’s Northside after the former daycare worker was shot and killed.

“All of us don’t know why he did that to her,” Green said.

Green’s alleged killer, Corenzo Hill, surrendered to Richmond police late Sunday night, just hours after a SWAT team served a search warrant at his mother’s Henrico county home.

Green said that “a long time ago” his sister told the family that Hill had threatened to kill her, and that Hill had “pulled a gun out on her.”

“…And that’s when we should’ve took heed, Green said.

According to Henrico court records, the mother of two had requested a permanent protective order a week before she was killed, but the judge…

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