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Police: Grandmother Shoots At Her Crush

You don't want to face the fury of a spurned 92-year-old grandmother.  Brace yourself for what police claim one Florida woman did when her neighbor rejected her advances.  They say the man's home was hit with a barrage of bullets shortly after he finished a conversation with his elderly, next-door neighbor.  The grandmother had wanted a kiss from the 53-year-old, but he declined.  When deputies went to the grandmother's home she told them she didn't remember where she put her weapon.  But deputies found a semi-automatic on an end table.  The woman was charged with aggravated assault and shooting into an occupied dwelling.

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