Louisiana mother faces charge after minor son arrested again
ABBEVILLE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana mother is facing charges after her son, who was under a court-ordered safety plan due to a shooting incident, was found to once again be involved in a shooting.
Lakesha Levy, 35, of Abbeville, was arrested Wednesday on charges of felony improper supervision of a minor by a parent, Abbeville Police said in a news release.
Levy is the parent of a juvenile who has an ankle monitor due to a recent shooting incident, The Advertiser reported. While being monitored, the juvenile was found to once again be involved in a shooting incident, police said.
Levy was processed at the Vermilion Parish Correctional Center. It was unknown if she is represented by an attorney who could speak on her behalf.
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