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A Mom Shot Her Son Over a Game Console Dispute

A 34-year-old Atlanta Mom shot her son multiple times over a video game console dispute.

On Thursday, June 29, 2023, at 10:22 pm, Atlanta Police Department arrived on Sparks Street South West part of the city, after a report involving a mom who shot her son. At the scene, a 17-year-old male was found suffering from multiple gunshots, resulting in injuries. The son who was shot was immediately taken to Grady Memorial, a nearby hospital, by ambulance for treatment.

The culprit was identified as Jaquana Butler, an Atlanta mother, who was alleged in shooting her son many times due to a fight over a video game console. It was found that the argument escalated quickly which lead to her retrieval of the gun and shot her son relentlessly.

She was arrested and taken into custody by the Atlanta Police Department putting her in Fulton County Jail with charges of serious assault, reckless behavior, and violence against children.

After the custody in Fulton County Jail, it was found that Butler has been detained several times over the last 13 years and has records on different charges that include harsh assault with illegal possession of deadly weapons, theft, and more.

After the incident, the police did not release any update about the condition of the victim.


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