FERNDALE (WWJ) – A woman who was angry about the increasing water bill at home threatened her grandson with a rifle for taking too long in the shower according to police.

Jaclynn Wedlow (Photo/Ferndale Police)

Jaclynn Wedlow (Photo/Ferndale Police)

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Jaclynn Wedlow, 66, is charged with one count of felonious assault and one count of assault and battery in connection with the incident at the home she shares with her daughter and grandkids in Ferndale.

According to police Wedlow pulled a rifle on her 15-year-old grandson Sunday as he showered because he was taking too long and the mounting water bill of roughly $1000 that she felt the grandkids ran up with lengthy showers.

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Wedlow’s bond was set at $15,000 — and she’s been ordered to stay away from her grandson – effectively removing her from the home.

 

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