Teen swears her parents murdered her boyfriend
An 18-year-old girl has been scarred for life after her cop parents shot and killed her boyfriend and then started shooting at her while she hid. The craziness happened in Tulsa, Oklahoma where Shannon and Gina Kepler, both 24-year veterans of the Tulsa Police Department, approached the home where their daughter Lisa Kepler was staying with her 19-year-old boyfriend. Lisa called authorities on her parents after her dad opened fire on the couple and she says she hopes they rot in jail forever. Can't say I don't agree!
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Lisa's parents kicked her out of their home the week before the incident and left her at the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. There she met and started going out with Jeremy Lake, who invited her to stay in his home that he shared with his aunt. Enter Lisa's crazy parents, who might I remind you were tasked with the duty of protecting the city's civilians. They approached the couple in a black SUV, her father left the vehicle to yell at her (even though they kicked her to the curb a week before), and when the young man tried to introduce himself he was shot and killed on the spot.
If that's not crazy enough, then her dad started shooting at his own daughter! Lisa ran and hid behind a bush and her parents fled the scene. They later turned themselves into authorities. Her father has been accused of first-degree murder and shooting with intent to kill while her mother, who just sat in the car while this all unfolded, was accused with being an accessory to murder.
Most parents will ground their children when they do something wrong. Maybe they'll set a strict curfew, deny them allowance, hide the keys to the car, keep from attending that oh-so-important they've been dying to attend for months. What normal parents DON'T do is kill their daughter's boyfriend--and try to kill her, too! Seriously, what on earth could have warranted such a tragic reaction and from two police officers no less?
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