Andrade Chacon, Bravo Aguilar and their three children, ages 13, 11 and 7, moved to Charlotte from Mexico in September 2016, and settled into the apartment next door to Hernandez and her husband and three children.Journalists also use it as an opportunity to push gun control and increased funding for domestic violence counseling services (maybe even get more translators?).
By Cristina Bolling And Jane Wester, CharlotteObserver.com, December 12, 2017
The family knew that Andrade Chacon owned firearms and permits and he enjoyed attending gun shows.Never let a crisis go to waste.
“But we never thought he would (try to) take the life of his wife, his daughter, his own mother,” Hernandez said.
“This was real domestic violence. People look at things like this like, ‘Maybe he doesn’t hit me, but he insults me’ and people die,” Hernandez said. “People need to know there are resources – there are people who can help you so that things like this don’t happen. Don’t stay quiet about this type of domestic violence.”