Michigan Mom Helps Son Chase Down and Fatally Shoot Ex-Girlfriend – Crime Online – What We Know!

Michigan Mom Helps Son Chase Down and Fatally Shoot Ex-Girlfriend – Crime Online

A Michigan mom and son have been charged with homicide within the killing of the son’s 20-year-old ex-girlfriend earlier this week in Flint.

Flint Township police mentioned Deondre Dawayne McLilly, 22, and Windy Marie Weatherford, 47, have been arraigned Friday on greater than a dozen felonies every, MLive.com reported.

They’re charged within the deadly taking pictures of Alicia Jackson-Skaggs on Tuesday, police mentioned.

In response to MLive, police have been referred to as to a Golden Corral restaurant at about 8 p.m. on Tuesday for a taking pictures. They discovered a black sedan crashed into the restaurant’s signal, with a crowd of individuals surrounding it.

Jackson-Skaggs was within the passenger seat of the automobile with one other passenger making an attempt to render support. Jackson-Skaggs was taken to Hurley Medical Middle, the place she was listed in crucial situation. She died from her accidents on Thursday.

The Flint Courier Information mentioned that the incident started at one other restaurant in Flint. Jackson-Skaggs and two different folks have been within the black sedan after they noticed a white SUV pull up behind them, in response to police. Jackson-Skaggs acknowledged the SUV as being related to McLilly — who had a historical past of stalking and home violence towards the sufferer — and the motive force of the sedan tried to go away the world.

Weatherford, who was driving the SUV, pulled right into a place that allowed McLilly to fireside two photographs on the sedan earlier than it fled the world at a excessive charge of velocity. Weatherford and McLilly pursued till the sedan’s driver believed they’d misplaced the pursuers and pulled into the Golden Corral parking zone. However then Weatherford pulled into the Golden Corral parking zone and stopped by the doorway,. The sedan once more tried to flee, and McLilly fired a number of extra photographs on the sedan, which crashed into the signal.

Deondre Dawayne McLilly and Windy Marie Weatherford/Genesee County Sheriff’s Workplace

With the sedan disabled, one of many the occupants realized Jackson-Skaggs had been struck within the head whereas the opposite, seeing McLilly exterior the SUV nonetheless taking goal at them, fired at him in self-defense. These photographs hit the SUV as McLilly ran via the parking a number of neighboring companies till Weatherford picked him up.

Witnesses offered descriptions of the suspects and the automobile, and it was later situated touring southbound on Interstate 75 and stopped by Michigan State Police. Weatherford, nonetheless driving, was arrested, whereas McLilly bought out of the SUV and fled.

Officers pursued him on foot and finally took him down.

Investigators mentioned they discovered two handguns within the SUV.

McLilly and his mom, Weatherford, have been charged with first-degree premeditated homicide, 5 counts of assault with intent to homicide, one rely of discharging a weapon from a automobile, two counts of carrying a weapon with illegal intent, two counts of carrying a hid weapon, and 9 counts of felony firearm.

McLilly additionally faces two extra costs of felony firearm, in addition to two counts of aggravated stalking and two counts of home violence.

Police have requested anybody who could have witnessed the incident to contact Detective Alex Minto at (810) 600-3250, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL (5245), or go to www.crimestoppersoffint.com.

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[Featured image: Alicia Jackson-Skaggs/GoFundMe]