In Chicago, a distressing incident unfolded at a fast-food joint, resulting in the death of a man and the subsequent arrest of a 14-year-old son and his mother.
The altercation took place at Maxwell Street Express when an argument erupted between 35-year-old Carlishia Hood and 32-year-old Jeremy Brown.
During the heated exchange, Carlishia reached out to her teenage son, who was waiting in the car. Report revealed that as the argument escalated, Jeremy resorted to physically assaulting Carlishia, repeatedly striking her head with force.
In response to witnessing his mother’s assault, the 14-year-old retrieved a firearm and shot Jeremy in the back. Attempting to escape, Jeremy fled the restaurant, but the young teenager pursued him outside, firing additional shots.
Tragically, Jeremy sustained two gunshot wounds to his back and later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.
Following the incident, Carlishia and her son turned themselves in to the authorities on Thursday. They now face charges of first-degree murder.
Additionally, Carlishia has been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. During their court appearances, Carlishia’s bond was set at $3 million, and she is scheduled to return to court on July 12.
Meanwhile, her son was ordered to be held without bail and is expected to appear in court on July 25th.
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A Chicago woman and her 14-year-old son are facing murder charges after a physical altercation inside a fast food restaurant turned deadly when the woman allegedly ordered her son to fire shots at a 32-year-old man who physically assaulted her…
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