here we go again…
A Georgia teen accused of killing his great-grandmother with a Samurai sword appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday. Police say the boy stabbed his 77-year-old great-grandmother after he reportedly was told to stop playing a video game.
Authorities in Douglasville, Georgia, had to taser the boy in order to arrest him, after he shot at them with a pellet gun during a stand-off.
Sheriff Miller said the incident on Monday was the third time this year deputies were called about the teen being violent. He said: 'We’ve arrested him on two different occasions. Once in June where he had another sword, which is in evidence. This is not the same sword. He cut his grandmother on the foot with it that time.'Police arrested him again on July 29.