Lady Allegedly Wiped out Her Daughter’s Paternal Grandmother In Child custody Dispute

A Texas lady is charged with shooting her daughter’s paternal grandmother in a Starbucks more than a child custody dispute. 

Tranisa Octavin Trana Watts, 23, had decided to talk with 52-year-old Kentoria Nicole Edwards in a Starbucks in Richardson on Monday, the Richardson Police Department mentioned inside a news release. Edwards was the paternal grandmother of Watt’s child coupled with full child custody from the young girl.

However that meetup, which apparently wasn’t mandated, switched deadly.

Police allege that Watts brought out a hand gun around the cafe patio and before fatally shooting Edwards and trying to “leave using the child,” based on the police department. 

The Three-year-old girl observed the shooting. She wasn’t injured.

Watts’ alleged efforts to flee together with her daughter were foiled by the first officer in this area following the shooting, who spotted Watts allegedly trying to leave using the girl and arrested her around the place, based on police.

Existence saving efforts were performed on Edwards but without results. She was transported to some hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Her family states she died attempting to perform the right factor.

“She died protecting her daughter,” Edwards’ niece Jazmin Parnell told WFAA-TV, adding that “she only agreed to be attempting to give [Watts] an opportunity to begin to see the child after which she did this.”

It isn’t obvious if Watts comes with an attorney. She’s been billed with capital murder and her bail continues to be set at $a million. 

A GoFundMe campaign for funeral costs claims that Edwards were built with a husband, three children and multiple grandchildren.

“Kentoria dedicated her existence to her family. She was very family orientated. It had not been a celebration until KT showed up,” the fundraising event states. “Always shining vibrant such as the Gemstone she was.”

Anybody with info on this situation is requested to the Richardson Police Department at 972-744-4800.

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