An Alaska man was detained after he supposedly shot and murdered his sister for unfriending him on Facebook.
According to the sources, the shooting took place on Thanksgiving Day where the suspect, Moses Crowe, appeared at the home about 10 a.m. His grandmother said to Anchorage Police that Crowe came in and began ranting regarding someone taking his dog.
She made a comment telling that he “cared more regarding the dog than his own children” and Crowe targeted his sister, Amanda Owen, shortly after. He said to his grandmother that he was angry regarding the victim unfriending him on Facebook.
Crowe pulled a pistol from his pocket and aimed it directly at his sister’s head. After he fired the gun, the 23-year-old victim fell to the ground with her infant son her lap. Owen was brought to a local hospital but she died less than 2 hours after her arrival.
Crowe was captured hours later and he revealed that the gun “unexpectedly” went off while he was twirling the weapon. He was indicted with second-degree murder and his bond is valued for $500,000.
This is not the initial time that someone has performed such an offense because of an absurd reason. At recent, an Indian husband reportedly murdered his wife for having a crush on Bollywood actress, Hrithik Roshan. The murderer later hung himself to death. The fatal incident occurred in their Queens house in New York City.