Oklahoma Mother Accused of Shooting 31-Year-Old Man Found in Teen Daughter’s Bedroom

An Oklahoma mother is accused of shooting a man she found in her 16-year-old daughter’s bedroom.

Police arrested 34-year-old Valerie Fowler Monday for assault and battery with a deadly weapon.

“We can say that there was a 16-year-old girl that witnessed the shooting a well as a young child,” said Michael Lewis, Paoli police chief.

Police said they received two 911 calls around 7:30 a.m.

We arrived at one location where we found a 31-year-old male who had been shot. He was on the porch of a residence” said Larry Rhodes, Garvin County sheriff.

But, investigators said the shooting happened at another home.

Investigators said Fowler called “to report that she shot a male inside her house,” according to Rhodes.

The shooting is believed to have happened inside Fowler’s home, who also found a gun in the residence.

The male is not being identified at this time.

He was treated at the scene and transported to an Oklahoma City hospital by medical helicopter,” Rhodes said. “His injuries were non-life threatening. It did appear to the chief and I that he suffered a gunshot wound to an extremity.

Paoli police are leading the investigation and said they are working to determine what led up to the shooting.

Police are not saying if Fowler knew the man she shot, but they are looking into it.

Some say this mom did what any mother (or father) should have done if they found a grown a– man in their home, victimizing their child.

I’m pretty sure this guy would definitely rather take a “non-life threatening bullet” than be thrown in jail where child molesters are showed NO MERCY by the big boys.

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GA Woman Places Craigslist Ad For Baby For 14 Year Old Daughter

     
In today’s creepier than creepy news:

CBS46 –A woman has been arrested for trying to obtain an unwanted baby for her 14-year-old daughter.

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office detectives received a tip from a citizen about a suspicious Craigslist advertisement in Cumming, GA.

The advertisement was for unwanted babies and promised mothers they could drop off their baby in a “baby box”.

Police said Elaine Williams, 47, of Cumming, told police her daughter wanted a baby and would get one with or without her help, so she decided to help. Williams was charged with domestic-unlawful advertisement/inducement for adoption of children.

The ad says the baby must be placed in the box in a blanket, along with the birth certificate and health records of the baby. It also specifies that the baby should not be a disabled child. 

Below is a copy of the actual Craigslist ad: