Prosecutors said on Sunday that a lady shot and killed her 12-year-old son in South Chicago after he refused to return a memory card from her car and insisted that he didn’t even know where it was.
The child was shot in the head and declared dead at the scene. He was identified as Kaden Ingram by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Fallon Harris, 37 confronted her son about her vehicle’s Secure Digital memory card, which had been removed the previous night.
Prosecutors said video inside the residence showed Harris demanding at gunpoint that her son hand over the SD card. According to investigators, Harris shot the boy because he did not show the SD card.
Prosecutors revealed that Harris confessed to two family members over the telephone that she killed her son because he refused to surrender hand over the SD card.
Harris exhibited paranoid behavior, according to relatives. Prosecutors say she had a concealed carry license and two pistols.
Harris was arrested and charged with the murder. Prosecutors say she faces a sentence of LIFE if convicted.
He is one of at least five kids who have been shot in Chicago this weekend.