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Death by WIFI – US Teenager Kills Sister by Strangulation Over Internet Access www.teenaija.com

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Teenager strangled sister to death in row about WiFi password
Kevon Watkins killed his sister by putting her in a chokehold for 15 minutes until police arrived

A brother has been jailed for life after getting into a fight with his sister over the family’s internet access.

Kevon Watkins, 18, changed the password to prevent his family using the internet so he could play games online at their home in Macon, Georgia, on February 2, 2018.

His mother told him to hand over the internet password, but his sister Alexus got involved when she feared he was going to attack their mother.

The siblings started fighting and when their mother could not separate them she contacted police.

Kevon but Alexus in a choke hold and is believed to have held her there for 15 minutes, only releasing her when police arrived.

A family fight over a WiFi password turned deadly last year and now an 18-year-old will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Kevon Watkins was sentenced to life in prison Friday after he was found guilty of strangling his 20-year-old sister in their central Georgia home. inRead invented by Teads ADVERTISEMENT The dispute began after Watkins changed the WiFi password so he could play video games without his family slowing down the internet connection, according to a statement by the Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office. As Watkins was arguing with his mother, his sister feared he was about to assault the woman and came to help, authorities said. The two siblings tussled and fell on the floor until Watkins placed his sister in a choke hold and held her in that position for about 15, minutes, according to the attorney?s office. Their mother called 911, but Alexus Breanna Watkins was pronounced dead at a hospital that night. The crime happened on Feb. 2, 2018, in the city of Macon, south of Atlanta. [More News] Michigan man gets 60 weekend days in jail for poisoning wife?s coffee ? ?This act of violence resulted in an unspeakable tragedy for this family,? District Attorney David Cooke said in the statement. ?I hope this verdict and sentence closes the door on this chapter of their lives and that they will be able to begin to heal.? Kevon Watkins waived his right to a jury trial and chose to have a Bibb County judge decide his fate. He was found guilty of felony murder. The trial lasted two days and included testimony from a deputy who said the teen was still holding his sister in a chokehold when police arrived. . . . . .. . . . . . . https://www.facebook.com/bvgpookie/photos?lst=769670371%3A100016306322816%3A1564944631
Alexus stepped in to protect her mother when she was strangled to death by her brother
A family fight over a WiFi password turned deadly last year and now an 18-year-old will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Kevon Watkins was sentenced to life in prison Friday after he was found guilty of strangling his 20-year-old sister in their central Georgia home. inRead invented by Teads ADVERTISEMENT The dispute began after Watkins changed the WiFi password so he could play video games without his family slowing down the internet connection, according to a statement by the Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office. As Watkins was arguing with his mother, his sister feared he was about to assault the woman and came to help, authorities said. The two siblings tussled and fell on the floor until Watkins placed his sister in a choke hold and held her in that position for about 15, minutes, according to the attorney?s office. Their mother called 911, but Alexus Breanna Watkins was pronounced dead at a hospital that night. The crime happened on Feb. 2, 2018, in the city of Macon, south of Atlanta. [More News] Michigan man gets 60 weekend days in jail for poisoning wife?s coffee ? ?This act of violence resulted in an unspeakable tragedy for this family,? District Attorney David Cooke said in the statement. ?I hope this verdict and sentence closes the door on this chapter of their lives and that they will be able to begin to heal.? Kevon Watkins waived his right to a jury trial and chose to have a Bibb County judge decide his fate. He was found guilty of felony murder. The trial lasted two days and included testimony from a deputy who said the teen was still holding his sister in a chokehold when police arrived. . . . . .. . . . . . . https://www.facebook.com/bvgpookie/photos?lst=769670371%3A100016306322816%3A1564944631
Kevon Watkins was sentenced to life in prison for killing his sister (Picture: Police handout)

However, Alexus, who has a three-year-old son, was unconscious and attempts at CPR failed. She was declared dead from asphyxiation at hospital later that day.

His brother, 13, also dialled 911.

Bibb Superior Court Judge Verda M. Colvin said at the sentencing: ‘When he called, he said the following: “My brother is trying to hit my mother.”‘ The dispatcher asked, “Is he on medication.”

‘And the 13-year-old said, “No. He’s just crazy. … He put her in a chokehold, threatening to beat my mom trying to get him off my sister”.’

District Attorney David Cooke said: ‘This act of violence resulted in an unspeakable tragedy for this family. I hope this verdict and sentence closes the door on this chapter of their lives and that they will be able to begin to heal.’

A family fight over a WiFi password turned deadly last year and now an 18-year-old will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Kevon Watkins was sentenced to life in prison Friday after he was found guilty of strangling his 20-year-old sister in their central Georgia home. inRead invented by Teads ADVERTISEMENT The dispute began after Watkins changed the WiFi password so he could play video games without his family slowing down the internet connection, according to a statement by the Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office. As Watkins was arguing with his mother, his sister feared he was about to assault the woman and came to help, authorities said. The two siblings tussled and fell on the floor until Watkins placed his sister in a choke hold and held her in that position for about 15, minutes, according to the attorney?s office. Their mother called 911, but Alexus Breanna Watkins was pronounced dead at a hospital that night. The crime happened on Feb. 2, 2018, in the city of Macon, south of Atlanta. [More News] Michigan man gets 60 weekend days in jail for poisoning wife?s coffee ? ?This act of violence resulted in an unspeakable tragedy for this family,? District Attorney David Cooke said in the statement. ?I hope this verdict and sentence closes the door on this chapter of their lives and that they will be able to begin to heal.? Kevon Watkins waived his right to a jury trial and chose to have a Bibb County judge decide his fate. He was found guilty of felony murder. The trial lasted two days and included testimony from a deputy who said the teen was still holding his sister in a chokehold when police arrived. . . . . .. . . . . . . https://www.facebook.com/bvgpookie/photos?lst=769670371%3A100016306322816%3A1564944631
The fight broke out when Kevon refused to hand over the WiFi password because he wanted to play games online
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