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Court docs: 11-year-old shot trooper dad over video games, threatened another shooting if he didn’t get them back

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Photo of home where trooper was shot, credit Caroline Torie with WSBT

GRANGER, Ind. – An 11-year-old boy reportedly shot his own father—an Indiana State Police trooper– over video games.

According to court documents obtained by WSBT, the state trooper’s son devised a plan to shoot his dad with his service gun while he was at school that day.

He told police he devised a plan while he was at school that day because he “was done with all of that” and “wanted it to end.”

The trooper said he keeps his gun locked in his car, so his kids wouldn’t have access to it.

The boy said he went to his dad’s car three different times to look for the gun.

When he finally got it, court documents say he took the weapon into his parents’ room where they were sleeping. He waited “about 10 minutes” until his dad rolled over and was facing away from the door, and then he fired one shot into his backside.

When the trooper started screaming, his wife went to look for the boy, and she saw him going up the stairs with a gun and a Taser.

The trooper is still recovering from the shot and is said to be steadily improving, WSBT reports.

The boy told investigators after the shooting if he didn’t get his video games, there would be “a part two.” The boy said he wanted to shoot his dad in the head, but he couldn`t because of the way he was laying down.

He also said he tested the Taser on the family’s dog before the shooting.

The 11-year-old is now facing charges of attempted murder in juvenile court. His next court date is set for April 10th.

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