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Prosecutors: 14-Year-Old Stabbed Grandmother Almost 60 Times

Therrell High School student went to school still covered in blood after allegedly stabbing his grandmother to death.

Prosecutors said Thursday that Price may have gotten upset with his grandmother following an argument concerning the home’s television DVR. Credit: Patch file
Prosecutors said Thursday that Price may have gotten upset with his grandmother following an argument concerning the home’s television DVR. Credit: Patch file
Prosecutors say a 14-year-old boy, who went to Therrell High School in southwest Atlanta last week still covered in blood after allegedly stabbing his grandmother more than 50 times, is going to be charged as an adult.

As WSB TV reports, teachers at the school originally thought Charles Price III had killed a fellow student after he told them he killed "it" and he liked it. But investigators later found 76-year-old  Mary Price, 76, stabbed to death inside her Fairburn Road home.

Massive amounts of blood and a pair of broken knives were found inside the house by police, who said the teen stabbed her 'nearly 57 times.'

Prosecutors said Thursday that Price may have gotten upset with his grandmother following an argument concerning the home’s television DVR.

Read more from WSB here.

Cheryl Mills Hand LaBarre May 02, 2014 at 04:31 AM
Karl maybe someone should stab you 57 times and see what you think about that, Have you been taxed?
Gary Lee Ritchey May 02, 2014 at 07:02 AM
at this point, this 14 yr old is irredeemable and should be immediately executed......there is no "love and sympathy rewiring" ever going to change this defective being
electric123 May 04, 2014 at 05:54 PM
This kid is a monster who needs to be put out of his misery
Karl Leonard Meyer May 16, 2014 at 09:14 PM
To recognize this killing as done by one deprived of his rights against one responsible for the injustice is the Truth. Petition the president to assign him POW status here: http://wh.gov/l7jdg

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