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11 YEARS OLD BOY KILLED,GRAND MA,SELF,AFTER HE WAS TOLD TO CLEAN HIS ROOM.

11-year-old boy killed grandma, self, after he was told to clean his room

iol.co.za

Nov 6, 2018 6:35 AM
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Arizona – An 11-year-old boy in Arizona reportedly shot his grandmother in the back of the head and then turned the gun on himself, apparently because he was upset at being asked to clean his room.

Yvonne Woodard, 65, was shot on Saturday in her home in the town of Litchfield Park, northwest of Phoenix, as she watched television with her husband.

The couple had full custody of the child and the grandfather told police that he had been asked to clean his room all day but had refused.

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sergeant Joaquin Enriquez told local media that the couple were sitting on their couch watching TV when the boy came up behind his grandmother and shot her.

The grandfather ran after the boy but then went back to help his wife, at which time the boy shot himself.

Police said the gun belonged to the grandfather.

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CELE:36% DROP IN CASH INTRANSIT HEIST COMPARED TO LAST YEAR.

Cele: 36% drop in cash-in-transit heists compared to last year

ewn.co.za

Nov 6, 2018 9:41 AM

The South African Police Service (SAPS) embarked on a specialised project to tackle aggravated robberies following a spate of such attacks earlier this year.

PRETORIA – Police Minister Bheki Cele says there has been a 36% drop in the number of cash-in-transit robberies compared to the same period last year as a result of their stabilisation programme.

The minister was speaking at a briefing in Pretoria where he announced the arrest of 230 armed robbery suspects in the last five months.

The South African Police Service (SAPS) embarked on a specialised project to tackle aggravated robberies following a spate of such attacks earlier this year.

Cele says they are seeing results.

“As from the 1st of April 2018 to the 4th of November 2018, 118 cash-in-transit robberies have been recorded across the nine provinces compared to the same period last year when 184 cases were recorded which registered 56% down.”

He says their operations have removed robbers and firearms from the streets.

“The number of arrests is 237, the number of vehicles recovered is 92, the number of firearms recovered is 78, with 1,402 rounds of ammunition recovered while a substantial amount of money has also been recovered.”

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