A 16-year-old Oklahoma girl who was allegedly shot in her sleep by her mother has died from her injuries, officials said.
Kloee Toliver was wounded in the head Nov. 1 when her 39-year-old mother, Amy Hall, opened fire at their home in Nuyaka, about 35 miles southwest of Tulsa, according to Tulsa World.
Hall shot and killed her 18-year-old son and wounded a teenage Kloee in a shooting rampage.
According to an affidavit released by police Friday, 18-year-old Kayson Toliver, that same morning while he was asleep in his room. Investigators said she shot her children in their heads while they were sleeping,
Hall allegedly planned to kill all three of her children in a murder-suicide, but her 14-year-old daughter wrestled the gun from her and thwarted the attack, according to police.
Domestic shooting victim Kloee Toliver [photo] was declared brain-dead Monday and died the following day.
Kloee Toliver was rushed from the home to a local hospital, where she was declared brain-dead Monday and died the following day.
Authorities arrested Hall after a brief pursuit following the shooting, Tulsa World reported.
Hall, while being interviewed by detectives, admitted to shooting her children, according to the affidavit. She initially stated “family” when asked whom she shot.
“When asked for names, [Hall] only replied she didn’t wish to speak their names, but advised the victims were ‘kids’, ages 16 and 18,” investigators state in the affidavit.
She further told investigators that she had intended to kill the three children, but the youngest “interrupted the plan,” according to the affidavit.
Hall now faces two complaints of first-degree murder, the Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday night. She is scheduled for an initial court hearing at 2 p.m. Nov. 29, according to the affidavit.