Michael Glance, faces three counts each of assault with intent to murder and felony firearms, prosecutors said.
(Jackson County Sheriff’s Office)
A Michigan father intentionally shot his 2-year-old son in the face during an argument with the mother of the boy last Tuesday, prosecutors said.
Michael Christopher Glance, 32, faces multiple felony charges in connection with the April 16 shooting of his son.
Jackson County Chief Assistant prosecutor Kati Rezmierski said Face got in a fight with the mother of the boy, Nicole McCarthy, in their Blackman Township home. Look allegedly held a gun against the boy’s temple and pulled the trigger, but it does not work, mlive.com reported.
The mother took the boy to the car and strapped him on a chair, the report said. Face came out of the house with a shotgun and allegedly fired the weapon, the blow of half of his son’s face off, according to the report. Face fired at the mother as she fled the scene with her son in the car, but the shotgun fails, Rezmierski said.
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The boy was taken to Henry Ford Faithful Health than transferred to C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, where he remains in critical condition, the officials said.
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Look was arrested and charged with three counts of assault with intent to murder and felony firearms. He is being held on $10 million and will face district judge Michael Klaeren on 1 May for an initial investigation, WILX reported.