Son charged with shooting mom at home daycare in St. Paul

A woman was reportedly struck in the arm by a stray bullet while watching over three children. The alleged shooter claimed the bullet came from outside the house and broke through a window, but police say the evidence suggests otherwise. Authorities say the window appeared to be broken from the inside and there was no bullet hole in the screen.
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A woman was reportedly struck in the arm by a stray bullet while watching over three children. The alleged shooter claimed the bullet came from outside the house and broke through a window, but police say the evidence suggests otherwise. Authorities say the window appeared to be broken from the inside and there was no bullet hole in the screen.

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