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Veondre Avery had left gun loaded and without safety on, police say
A Florida man whose two-year-old son fatally shot his mother during a video call has been arrested for failing to keep the gun out of the child’s reach.
Veondre Avery, 22, appeared in court on Wednesday, a day after he was arrested on charges of manslaughter and failure to secure a weapon. His next court date is set for 23 November.
On 11 August, 21-year-old Shamaya Lynn was on a Zoom work call at her residence in Altamonte Springs, when her co-worker on the other side of the call heard a loud gunshot and saw Lynn’s two-year-old son standing …
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