Florida Man Shot by Mother-in-Law Sues, Believes His Wife Played a Role

The South Florida man shot point-blank by his mother-in-law during a prescheduled pickup of his son believes his wife knew about the shooting, and he has filed a lawsuit against her family. Sixty-six-year-old Cheryl Hepner could face 30 years in prison for allegedly shooting her son-in-law, Sal Miglino, last December outside her home in a Florida retirement community. During a prearranged pickup of her 3-year-old grandson on Dec. 7, Hepner waited outside her home with the child's sleepover...Full Story
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