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17-year-old boy killed his grandmother
11:41 03.07.2012
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17-year-old Michigan boy called the hot line and say that his 74-year-old grandmother pumped bullets into his arm and chest.

„My grandmother shot me, I'm dying, help," - said Jonathan Hoffman .

“He argued with his grandmother and demanded her car keys and money“ –  neighbor said.

Suspected Sandra Layne could face up to life in prison.

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