The grandmother who stands accused of shooting her son-in-law at point-blank range has asked a Broward judge to give her bail in the attempted murder case over the shooting.
South Florida’s so-called “gun-toting granny” who is accused of shooting her son-in law at point-blank range outside her house appeared in court Wednesday.
The case captured national headlines — a man recording himself being shot on his iPhone — and there’s a new twist in the bizarre saga of a grandmother accused of shooting her son-in-law.
A South Florida grandfather and husband of the woman who allegedly shot her son-in-law, has also been arrested and charged in the case.
The story of what happened on the front lawn of Cheryl Hepner’s Tamarac last week is capturing national headlines — that’s what happens when investigators say they have audio that reveals a deep family disturbance […]
A South Florida grandmother is in jail for allegedly shooting her estranged son-in-law and the whole violent incident was captured on cell phone video.