Woman threatened two children that ‘she will stretch them out’ before firing several shots at them because they allegedly bullied her son

Bullies are an inevitable part of our society and are present in most schools across the country, so parents are required to find a civilized way to protect their children when they are bullied and harassed. But instead of doing things in a calm manner, some parents act violently in order to protect their children from harassment, setting a bad example for their children and other parents.

Such incident happened recently when a mother crossed the line in order to protect her child from bullies when she opened fire and fired several shots at her child’s classmates. Right after the incident, the woman was arrested and charged.

The suspect was identified by the police as the 36-year-old S. Hall and was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted second-degree murder after admitting to authorities that she fired a handgun at the teenagers.

Hall works as a licensed armed security guard and her license is set to expire in June 2022. According to Fox13, no complaints have been made against her.

The incident happened at the beginning of November in Tennessee when Hall approached the two teenagers with her silver Ford SUV, accompanied by her son, while they were walking down the street in their hometown. According to the police affidavit, Hall pulled up beside them, got off the vehicle, threatened her son’s classmates that she’d stretch them out and started shooting at them.

This incident could have easily ended fatally, but the 14-year-old and the 15-year-old managed to get away unharmed. The teenagers called their parents to report the incident shortly after they managed to escape.

Authorities were able to identify Hall as a suspect after one of the victims, the 14-year-old, picked her out of a photo line-up. Hall was arrested at her home and after giving police permission to search her vehicle, they located a loaded 9mm handgun inside it. She admitted to firing her gun twice at the teens.

“When I hear a parent is shooting and not valuing the life of a child, regardless of the situation, I think it’s disheartening and sad,” said R. Boyce, a member of the local Missionary Baptist church. ”We need to set a better example for our children that gun violence is not the answer regardless of the situation,” he added.

According to authorities, Hall’s son had accused the teens of bullying him in the past and additionally said he is willing to share his story with his mother’s attorney in the future. He also claimed his mother tried talking to the teens’ parents about the alleged bullying. The identity of Hall’s son has not been revealed.

Hall was taken into custody and charged with two counts of second-degree murder. Her bond was set at $100,000.

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