Cops: Woman shot teen girl during fight after high school football game

Police are looking for a Tarrant County mom accused of shooting a teenage girl last month.

Kontoria Davis, 39, is accused of firing a semi-automatic handgun into a crowd of teens fighting in an Everman parking lot after the Everman-Crowley football game on Nov. 3. Davis is a mother of one of the teens involved in the fight.

A 15-year-old girl was hit, but is expected to recover.

Police say Davis' criminal history includes convictions for assault and deadly conduct.

"Considering her past and the act she's done against a kid, she's definitely dangerous,” said Chief Craig Spencer. “Someone we want off the streets."

Davis has a "Raging Bull" tattoo on the right side of her neck and was last driving a Harley-Davidson edition Ford F-150.

The arrest warrant issued by police is for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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