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Family Gun Squabble


November 2, 2017 | View PDF

Terance Elliott

In the Bible the last book addresses the things which happened long ago and the current events as well. Many things which are happening have already been predicted which we're witnessing every day we live. According to police reports on October 25, police contacted suspect Terance Elliot who told police that he and his mother Zerita Jones had a verbal dispute where he pushed his mother away from him attempting to stop her actions toward him. His mother grabbed her pistol and began firing at him which two bullets came very close. Suspect Elliot grabbed the pistol from his mother trying to leave the apartment. Police spoke with Suspect Jones who told police her son had been causing a disturbance around 3pm that day. Upon arrival police were informed by Jones that her son came into her room yelling at her. Suspect Jones said her son pushed her in the face after she got up out of bed which she believed he was going to harm her at which time she grabbed her pistol and fired a warning shot. Both suspects were charged with domestic abuse battery aggravated assault with a firearm, with the son being charged with possession of carrying a concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies. There are three sides to every story. This was one side of this story. The Monroe Dispatch welcomes another or the other side of this story.

Zerita Jones


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