Elena Rendell, 17, Shoots Her Sister to Death in Argument Over Cell Phone

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​To a teenage girl, cell phones are just as important as life itself. To
17-year-old Elena Rendell, they’re way more important. She was at her
home in Ferry Pass, Florida, arguing with her 14-year-sister, Christina
Marie Sneary, over a telephonic instrument…


But instead of insulting each other’s looks or resorting to some wild
and ineffective clawing, as sisters are supposed to do, Elena instead
decided to grab a 9mm handgun kept in the home. Then she put a bullet in
Christina.

She seemed to immediately regret her actions. She ran from the home yelling that her sister had been shot.

When
police arrived, she tried to claim the shooting was accidental. But the
cops apparently weren’t buying and charged her as a juvenile with
aggravated battery.

She was led into juvenile court last week
for her first hearing. But that’s where she learned that Christina had
died. Elena was escorted back out of court after learning that the
charges would be upgraded.

Her brother, Jason Rendell, a sergeant in the Army, asked the judge to release Elena into his custody. The judge refused.

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