Sheriff: Florida Woman’ Killed By Brother, Who Was Then Shot By Sibling, Amid A Fight Over Christmas Gifts

Wagswoofs – A tragic incident unfolded in Florida when a 23-year-old mother lost her life during a family dispute over Christmas gifts. The unfortunate event occurred on Sunday and involved the woman’s younger brother.

Abrielle Baldwin and her family found themselves in the midst of an argument during a shopping trip on Sunday night. The group consisted of Abrielle, her two sons (aged 6 and 10 months), and her two teenage brothers (aged 15 and 14). Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri provided this information.

According to the sheriff, it appears that Baldwin’s 14-year-old brother became upset when he noticed that his older brother was receiving more gifts than him, which led to an argument.

During a press conference on Tuesday, Gualtieri revealed that the family had engaged in a heated argument regarding the allocation of resources and financial matters.

After some time, the family left the shop and went to Baldwin’s grandmother’s house, where the fighting continued. Police say that while at the house, the 14-year-old pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot his bigger brother in the head.

Family members who were at the house tried to separate the teens. The younger kid then got into a fight with Baldwin and said he would shoot her and her 10-month-old son.

He is then said to have shot her in the chest with a.40 caliber pistol. The child was safe because they were in a sling. When the 15-year-old left the house, he pulled out his own.45-caliber gun and shot his brother in the gut.

Gualtieri said the bigger teen threw the gun away as he ran away. The younger kid who is accused of shooting Baldwin was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. When he gets out, he will be arrested.

Authorities in his area will look into the case and decide if he should be charged as an adult for killing his sister, the sheriff said.

The teen was caught and charged with trying to kill someone in the first degree and changing evidence.

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