Mother accused of threatening daughter with a shotgun

An Otter Tail County woman was arrested for allegedly pointing a shotgun at her daughter during an argument. The daughter claims her mother said she would shoot if the daughter didn't leave.
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An Otter Tail County woman was arrested for allegedly pointing a shotgun at her daughter during an argument. The daughter claims her mother said she would shoot if the daughter didn't leave.

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