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Maryland woman says she shot husband because ‘he’s a child molester’

(The AEGIS Alliance) – A woman from Maryland implicated in shooting her hubby, a previous law enforcement officer, in a D.C. lodging, professes he had actually been molesting kids at the daycare she operates.

50-year-old Shanteari Weems is facing charges of assault with the intent to kill as well as assault with a dangerous weapon because she shot her spouse in his head and also on his leg, the Metropolitan Police Department announced in a press release.

The cops had been dispatched to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at about 7:30 p.m. last Thursday and discovered Weems blockaded into her hotel room, charging documents WTOP acquired on Sunday indicate.

“F–k him, he’s a child molester,” Shanteari Weems apparently said to authorities while negotiating her conditions of surrender.

Police at some point barged their way right into the room and discovered a single gun in Weems’ handbag and one more in a different area of the room, WTOP reported.

Inside the room was likewise a handwritten notepad with scribbled words consisting of “I’m going to paralyze you,” “I’m going to shoot (the victim), but not kill him,” and also “My only regret is that I didn’t put a bullet in your head.” A different note asked forgiveness from her “babies.”

The victim was transported to a local hospital where he received treatment for life-threatening injuries, the cops stated.

Weems apparently informed authorities that a number of kids, parents, and teachers at Lil Kidz Kastle asserted that her husband had actually been molesting the children.

Lil Kidz Kastle which is located in Owings Mills, Maryland is currently closed down temporarily for the course of an investigation into the case, authorities pointed out.

On Monday, a representative working with the Baltimore Police Department said he “believes the husband was a retired Baltimore City Police officer.”

Jeffrey Childers – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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