A 73-year-old New Jersey grandmother is now behind bars after witnesses say she, along with a 15-year-old relative, gunned down a man at a laundromat.
Mercer County prosecutors charged Eudean McMillan,73, 37-year-old Darryl Parker and the 15-year-old in the slaying of 21-year-old Geovahnie 'Gio' FanFan.
McMillan has, what authorities are calling, a notorious past full of criminal activities. People around the neighborhood say that McMillan is known for "selling pills" and giving customers "juice boxes".
Via The Trentonian:
"The shooting happened fewer than two blocks from the new $155 million Trenton Central High School, which was locked down as a precaution. The lockdown was lifted, and students were dismissed later in the day as usual.
All after-school activities based at the high school were canceled due to the nearby carnage at the laundromat, which was swarming with police."
Sources said Fanfan was struck in the upper torso after McMillan, allegedly packing heat, opened fire on him during a scuffle inside the laundromat.
McMillan was upset with the two men after they allegedly jumped her grandson, sources said. They were scuffling with her grandson when McMillan brandished a handgun and opened fire multiple times, sources said.
Surveillance cameras are believed to have captured the shooting, and helped authorities lock in on McMillian, in addition to intelligence gathered at the scene.
Fanfan was taken to St. Francis Medical Center where he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
A second shooting victims showed up at an area hospital sometime after Fanfan and he was taken into surgery immediately. There is no word on his condition.
McMillan has been on police radar since a lengthy investigation resulted in her arrest back in 2016. At the time, McMillan was under surveillance and seen selling to a man. "A search warrant of her house led to the seizure of a sawed-off shotgun, a handgun, $3,200 in currency, and 165 pills, including nine Endo, 15 Oxycodone and 60 Xanax, authorities said at the time.
McMillan use to peddle pills for $20 bucks a pop, sources said, giving her buyers juice boxes and chips with each sale."
We don't know whose grandmama this is but we do know that she is not, and has never been, one to mess with. McMillian was taken into custody Monday evening but authorities will not state what her charges are at this time.
After a lifetime full of crime, let's hope Ms. McMillan is finally going to hang up her holsters.