On Monday night, an 11-year-old Oklahoma boy shot his grandmother in the head following an argument they had over his behavior in school.
South Tulsa woman Annie Mougell-Walker, 42, survived the bullet from the .22-caliber gun the child used.
Mougell-Walker said she and her grandson had an argument and later shot her. She said when police arrived he told them it was someone else, leading police to look elsewhere.
“He got in trouble today at school, so when I got home I was gonna talk to him furthermore about it. Before I could talk to him all I saw was a big bang of a flash and heard it, and I knew I was shot in the back of my head,” Mougell-Walker said.
The boy retrieved the .22-caliber gun from the grandmother’s bedroom while she was reading his progress report, according to Officer Jillian Roberson.
After being shot, Mougell-Walker managed to call the police for help.
Paramedics took the woman to Saint Francis hospital and investigators interviewed her there. Doctors say they cannot remove the bullet from her head. They are going to have to wait until the bullet can work its way out.
The child, who has not been named, was arrested and charged with shooting with intent to kill.
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