Woman charged with threatening sister's Prosecutor
A Tennessee woman is charged with threatening the prosecutor in a case involving her sister. Forty-year-old Betty Frazier has been jailed on $250,000 bond after
being charged with retaliation. Memphis police say she threatened
Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Nichols after saying, "I could see
myself putting a bullet in her head." Frazier's sister, 34-year-old Demequa Bonds, is charged with reckless homicide in the Aug. 27 death of Kayla Andrews. Frazier was upset after a hearing for Bonds. The child, who had a rare neurological disorder
called Moebius syndrome, died in her Bartlett home while the nurse was
supposed to be caring for her. Investigators with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation concluded that the nurse had been negligent.
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