Chicago teen gets 23 years for murdering grandmother

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CHICAGO — A Chicago teenager will spend 23-years in prison for murdering his grandmother, a Chicago police officer.

In 2011, Hester Scott caught her grandson Keshawn Perkins skipping school and sleeping in front of the TV at home.

Prosecutors said Perkins flew into a rage when he got caught, and beat, stabbed and slashed Scott to death.

Perkins later admitted to the crime, and led police to his grandmother’s body.


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