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A 13-year-old child from Tennessee stabbed his 15-year-old hermit in Florida, revelation deputies he would rather go to jail than spend 8 hours in a automobile with his sibling, investigators said.
Lt. Todd Watkins with a Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office told Fox News on Sunday that he responded to a stage a day before and pronounced deputies arrested a 13-year-old after he pronounced he stabbed his hermit in a arm 3 times with a “multi-tool.”
Watkins pronounced a teen told deputies he did it since he was “tired of his hermit picking on him.”
The occurrence happened inside a automobile parked in a expostulate in Crestview, that is about a 45-minute expostulate from Pensacola, Watkins said.
The stabbed hermit afterwards walked to a doorway of a home and called 911, he added.
Watkins pronounced as his hermit was being questioned about a incident, he pronounced he accepted his rights and that he did not bewail stabbing his kin who was teasing him.
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“I stabbed him and we don’t caring about going behind to jail. I’d rather be in jail than 8 hours in a automobile with him,” according to a detain report.
The 13-year-old was charged with aggravated battery with a lethal arms and was brought to youthful detention.
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“We’ve had incidents with siblings though not this young,” Watkins told Fox News. “I have never dealt with them this immature with this aroused of a crime.”
Watkins pronounced a comparison hermit did not contend most to deputies during a time he was stabbed. Watkins pronounced a 15-year-old was listened job some of his friends to retort opposite his hermit while he was in a behind of a ambulance, apparently to no avail.
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Doctors treated the 15-year-old for 3 “deep puncture wounds” before releasing him from a hospital, Watkins said, adding that his diagnosis did not embody surgery.
The brothers live in Clarksville, Tennessee, about an hour’s expostulate from Nashville.