A confrontation on a Jacksonville street leaves an unborn baby dead - and a local woman behind bars - And it started as an argument - on social media. Now at eleven - why an expert calls this - a wakeup call for parents. 3 3:38 That's why so many people are coming against cyber-bullying because it's going too far. Good evening. It's a issue social media experts say is getting out of control: arguments on facebook and twitter spilling over into reality. That's what happened this week between two Jacksonville women - an argument that police say eventually led to one of them shooting the other. Virginia Wyche is charged with attempted murder - after witnesses say she shot the victim - a pregnant woman - who's unborn baby has died.. Tonight Channel 4's Tim Pulliam spoke with a social media expert about how the lines of cyber space and reality are becoming more blurred - and more dangerous. 3 3 3 00-05 Dwann Rollinson/Social Media Expert 5:16 Life is bigger than cyber space. Life is bigger than an argument on facebook that now may potentially cost you your life. That's what a social media trainer says about Virginia Wyche's new reality.The 35 year old stands before a judge on the charge of attempted murder, after police say she shot Makeisha Brooks , six months pregnant - following a n argument that began on Facebook.Police say the two women knew each other - but it's not clear why they were arguing on the social media site. A friend of the suspect's told me the angry posts have been removed from Wyche's timeline.Brooks is still in the hospital -- her unborn baby did not survive. Rollinson says this is a tragic case of cyber bullying gone way too far.Dwann Rollinson/Social Media Expert 2:03 I think it's more of an issue than people realize just because nine times out of ten people on social media tend to flex their muscle more so than they would in-person.So people get bolder more confident in what they are saying because they never think that it's going to come full circle and that you're going to find someone in-person.Police say Brooks went to Wyche's home off Castle Boulevard - apparently to continue their facebook argument. According to the police report Wyche said Brooks slapped her in the face - and Wyche responded by pulling a gun from her waistband and shooting her. Unnecessary violence that originated through online chatting, Rollinson says could have easily been prevented. 2:45 How do you have a healthy debate without it getting to this level? 3:23 you just have to take a deep breath and realize that it's not that deep. It's not that significant where you're going to argue with someone on social media and risk your life? No. 3 tim, could Wyche face more charges?