11-year-old shoots two 13-year-olds “over a bag of chips.”

An 11-year-old has been arrested for shooting two 13-year-olds outside the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka, Florida.

It happened on October 2nd. The shooter and the victims were attending a football practice. The 11-year-old retrieved a handgun from his mother’s car and then opened fire. One victim was shot in the back, and one in the arm.

Police say the shooting stemmed from an argument over potato chips.


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Ian Random
6 months ago

The law appears to state in the home, nothing about the car.

“Section 790.174, Florida Statutes, requires a loaded firearm in the home to be stored in a locked box container or secured with a trigger lock if the owner reasonably knows that a child under the age of 16 can gain access to the firearm.”