Teen allegedly shoots family after being told to get up for school
A teenager in Nashville is suspected of opening fire on relatives after his mother and grandmother tried to wake him up for school on Tuesday morning.
According to the Tennessean, police spokesperson Kris Mumford has stated, "There was a quarrel about getting up and getting ready for the day when (at some point) the 16-year-old ran to a closet, got a 9 mm handgun and started firing."
At least two bullets are thought to have hit his grandmother Earline Hill.
The other two victims, his younger sister and nephew, were reportedly "grazed"; all are expected to survive.
The teen eventually ran but police found and arrested him, charging him with four counts of attempted homicide in addition to reckless endangerment.
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