Chicago (CBS) — The prosecution said on Sunday that he shot and killed his son in the neighborhood of South Chicago. He didn’t return the memory card that was in his car and said he didn’t know where it was.
Fallon Harris, 37, has been charged with the murder of his 12-year-old son, Cayden Ingram. She was ordered to be detained unsecured on Sunday.
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A Cook County law firm confronted his son at his home on South Bennett Avenue’s 8000 block on Saturday afternoon at 10:14 am on a secure digital memory card for a car he had removed from his car. Was announced. Before night.
According to the prosecutor, a video inside the house filmed Harisu pointing a gun and asking his son to give him an SD card. Harris shot him because Cayden didn’t create an SD card, the prosecutor said.
At that time, the prosecution said Carden was conscious and crying. According to prosecutors, the first shot was shot by audio rather than video.
According to the prosecution, Harris answered the phone shortly after shooting his son, then returned to Carden and demanded an SD card again. The boy said he didn’t know where the SD card was, so Harris shot him again, the prosecutor said.
This time, a video of Harris shooting his son with a silver revolver was filmed, the prosecutor said. He fell to the floor, the prosecutor said.
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According to prosecutors, Mr. Carden died at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
The prosecution has confirmed by phone to two family members that Harris shot his son in order not to return the SD card.
The prosecution then said the family called the police and Harris’ husband met the police at home. According to the prosecutor, Harris admitted to the police that he had shot his son, who found him on the kitchen floor.
Meanwhile, Harris led the police to the gun she used, the prosecutor said.
The family reported that Harris had delusional behavior. The prosecutor said she had a hidden carry license and owned two guns.
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If convicted, she faces the possibility of life imprisonment, the prosecutor said.