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An argument is about how to install a baby-gate, turned into a deadly confrontation between a father and his daughter in the state of Washington, who is the mother of a new-born deaths, according to prosecutors.
Wendell Wilson, 68, is accused of shooting his 38-year-old daughter, Lila, Wilson,, multiple times, on the 10th of June at their home in Renton, Wash., the hotel is located just outside of Seattle.
In charging documents obtained by Q13 News, King County’s Prosecuting Attorneys, said the elder Wilson, shot his daughter and six times, including twice in the head, just a few feet away from her 13-month-old son.
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Prosecutors said the father carried out his grown-up daughter” about the “little argument” is by a baby-gate installation.
Prosecutors said Wendell Wilson, shot his daughter and six times, including twice in the head, and after a little argument,” on the 10th of June all over a baby gate, use.
Renton Police told the Seattle Times, Wilson argued, the argument arises over the question as to whether the baby gate would be a good fit in the kitchen, and the two got in each other’s faces for the dispute to be “crazy.”
Wilson called his ex-wife at 4:30 p.m. and told her he was “going to kill Lila,” and hung up the phone, only to make a call in a couple of minutes later, to tell her that he had shot their daughter, according to police.
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The 68-year-old, who was waving his Miranda Rights, the police officers on the scene told investigators “he’s got my gun and I shot her,” according to the documents obtained by Q13.
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Prosecutors said that Wilson’s does not have a history of violent crime, but that he is prepared to resort to deadly violence to resolve a minor dispute, illustrates the grave risks he presents to the public.”
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Wilson is being held on $2 million of which is for the first-degree murder charges, and is scheduled to make his next appearance on November 27, KOMO reported.