Veondre Avery, 22, owner of the gun and father of the boy.  (Photo: WKMG).

Police arrested a man for negligent manslaughter in Florida, after her two-year-old son found a loaded gun in his backpack and killed his mother with a shot to the head.

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The arrest of Veondre Avery, 22, happened on Tuesday in Altamonte Springs, in the center of the state, as reported by local police.

The facts, why Avery He was also accused of dangerous storage of a firearm, which took place on August 11 at his home.

That day, his partner, Shamaya LynnThe 21-year-old was talking to coworkers via video call when he suddenly fell on his back and did not appear on the screen again.

A colleague of the young woman called the police to tell them that she had heard a noise before Lynn fall out of his seat.

Upon arrival at the victim’s home, the agents saw how Avery tried to revive her partner, who had been shot in the head, according to the state attorney’s office.

Veondre Avery, 22, owner of the gun and father of the boy. (Photo: WKMG).

The police investigation revealed that Avery had left a loaded and unlocked pistol in his son’s backpack., decorated with images from the cartoon “The Paw Patrol”.

The boy took the gun, approached his mother while talking to his coworkers, and managed to shoot her.

Roberto Ruiz Jr., an Altamonte Springs police officer, gave details about the arrest at a news conference.

“Maybe it wasn’t something that person wanted to do”, He said about Avery and Lynn’s death. “But now he has to pay the consequences”.

“As a gun owner, you have a responsibility to be careful with those guns.” added.

The crime of wrongful death is punishable in Florida by up to 15 years in jail, according to state law.

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