Florida Husband and Wife are divorcing. Not amicably.
They have one Son, who is three years old. They are reportedly battling over custody and timesharing.
Husband arrives at Grandmother’s house to pick up Son for his visitation.
As Husband approaches Grandmother, Grandmother allegedly reveals a handgun and discharges three bullets into Husband.
Grandmother calls the police … and reports that Husband drew a pistol and threatened her with it.
Grandmother files for a domestic violence restraining order of protection against Husband.
Husband later calls the police as well. But Husband’s account departs from Grandmother’s.
However there are two variations from the all too common “he said, she said” in divorce and domestic violence cases. First, the she is Husband’s mother-in-law, rather than his wife.
Second and more significantly, Husband captures the entire incident on an audio recorded by his cell phone’s video camera.
Grandmother is arrested for attempted murder and detained.
Read more in
- this Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel article: Cheryl Hepner accused of shooting in-law Salvatore Miglino, of Boca Raton, sheriff’s office says
- this Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel article: iPhone captures shooting in Tamarac, authorities say and
- this Good Morning America ABC TV news article: Woman, 66, Shoots Estranged Son-in-Law Over Custody Dispute, Florida Police Say