Skip to comments.Woman arrested for planting gun in backpack of boyfriend's son
Posted on 12/07/2012 3:06:50 AM PST by expat1000
A Texas woman was not getting along with her boyfriend's teenage son. She came up with a plan to get the teenage boy into trouble at school.
Heather Hodges, 26 who has two young kids of her own, placed a gun in the teens backpack and then sent him to school. The boy attends the Magnolia Junior High School outside Houston, Texas. Hodges then called the school and warned them that the 13-year-old boy had a gun.
She identified the child by name. Security guards at the school found the 9 mm pistol in the boys backpack. When questioned, the boy was totally shocked when he was told that the gun was found in his possession. He had no idea how it got there.
Police were called to the school were they traced the call back to a convenience store payphone. Security cameras caught Hodges at the payphone making the call. Hodges was arrested.
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She thought that would IMPROVE her relationship with the boy’s father ???!
The kid was clued in to this crazy dame. He proved to be an excellent judge of character.
omg, just get a new boyfriend.
I am surprised the police went to such lenghts to find the guilty party here. I guess they had prior experience with what psycho women are capable of. Probably were in divorce procedings once or twice to learn that lesson.
The lights may be on there, but...........
“””Police were called to the school were they traced the call back to a convenience store payphone.”””
What’s a payphone?????? Do they still exist??
They need to be HOT for a chance to be innocent.
Guilty as charged.
Perhaps the boy’s clueless father will also have learned something through this experience. He must be a real loser to have such an ugly woman as a “girlfriend.” Unfortunately, she has two small children....by different fathers, I’d wager.
Eyes are too close ... fetal alcohol syndrome
Bingo. “Dad, I don’t care how easy she is ... she’s freepin NUTS! There are plenty of easy women out there, honest!”
3 years ago my soon to be divorced friend was going through a “testy” point in his marriage and discovered, thank God, that his soon to be ex had hidden his loaded .38 in his carry on when he was flying down to see his parents in Florida.
One in a million he found it, spilled his coffee and changed his shirt in the car discovering it. She denied it of course, but he knew it didn’t jump from his nightstand to his carry on by itself.
About ten years ago, I was packing for a business trip and, by chance, checked an unused compartment on my boarding luggage. Inside, I found a .22 revolver.
So, I asked my wife and she said she got it from her Grandmother during her last visti up-state. It was her Grandfathers and she thought I might like it, but never thought to tell me it was in my suitcase.
Close call, but I’m still not sure it was an accident.
See my post #19.
Now I’m starting to get worried.