A woman in Alabama received a Facebook video call from a stranger, and when she answered, she was mortified to find a woman pointing a gun at her husband’s head.
The wife posted to Facebook that Keanna La Trise Cammon, 38, called her via Facebook chat on Wednesday and showed her that she was a holding a gun to her husband's head, reported AL.com
The victim's wife wrote, "I don't know if he is OK and I don't where about he is in Tuscaloosa. Can somebody help me. I'm at work and I am about to lose it. I think she shot him."
Two hours later, the wife wrote to Facebook, "She (expletive) shot him. I'm about to lose my (expletive) mind.
Tuscaloosa police responded about 10:30 a.m. to the shooting and found the victim, who was shot in the torso, according to Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit Capt. Kip Hart. The victim was rushed to DCH Regional Medical Center and is in critical condition.
Hart said Cammon was brought to the Violent Crimes Unit office for questioning. During her questioning, Cammon revealed she and the 30-year-old victim were involved in a domestic dispute before the shooting. Police also learned Cammon was the victim's girlfriend.
Cammon is charged with attempted murder and will be held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail with bond set at $60,000. This story will be updated as more information is released.
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