Illinois mother allegedly shoots man dead for refusing to kiss her
An Illinois mother of three shot a man dead after he — and his girlfriend — refused to kiss her, authorities said.
Claudia Resendiz-Florez, 28, had just moved in with James P. Jones, 29, and his girlfriend at the Preserve Woodfield apartment complex in Rolling Meadows when a love triangle fatally
The three had been drinking together on Thursday night when Resendiz-Florez asked Jones for a kiss, which he refused — instead of kissing his girlfriend.
Blue lights shining on a police car in Germany this past June. Recently, an Illinois mother allegedly shot a man dead after he refused to kiss her.
Resendiz-Florez then also asked Jones’ girlfriend for a kiss, who also declined, prosecutors said at a bond hearing on Saturday.
Resendiz-Flores demanded that he kiss her again, which he again refused, infuriating her, prosecutors said, according to the Sun-Times.
She then grabbed Jones’ gun, tucked beneath a couch cushion in the home, and pointed it at Jones. Prosecutors said that Jones tried to lower the gun when he saw that she had pulled off the safety, but she was able to raise her arms and shoot him once in the chest, the paper reported.
Jones’ girlfriend called 911 who arrived on the scene where they found the handgun.