The Day She Died, She Knew She Couldn't Talk To PoliceDELAND, Fla. -- A Central Florida woman whose 17-year-old daughter was killed in a murder-suicide apparently committed by her ex-boyfriend said the teen was told by police to stop calling for help or she'd be arrested.
Police said Clay Coffner shot his estranged girlfriend, Natasha Hall, in the head outside her DeLand home Friday before turning the gun on himself.
Hall's mother, Sherry, said her daughter was concerned about Coffner and informed police.In fact, Hall said her daughter called police so much that on Jan. 15 they threatened her.
"The police officer said if you call us one more time on him, I'm going to arrest you both," Sherry Hall said. "So, the day she died, she knew she couldn't talk to police. So, she handled it herself."Michele Karpowicz said everyone noticed the warning signs before the homicide -- except police.
"I was going crazy," Hall's best friend said. "He was psycho, jealous and abusive."
Local 6 is trying to obtain a police call log to determine how many times the teen called police.
DeLand police officials have not responded to the allegations."
Seems these yokels take the Supreme Court seriously. Back when they stipulated that law enforcement does not have the duty to protect an individual.
Pretty much what every sane human being has always known to be the truth.
It is the job of each person to protect his or her self. The police are avengers. Well, thats when they're not chasing down speeders or ticketing cars for overdue parking or breaking down doors to the wrong house and killing family pets or tasering paraplegics.
Shame this young girl had to die though. Just because she was pissing them off with all of that weepy nonsense about being killed maybe. Least thing her older and presumably more savvy Mom should have done was to tell her to hide out in or around doughnut shops.
Thanks to The War on Guns.