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Lorie Morin was Arrested on Allegations she Tried to Kill her Boyfriend Because he Snored

Lorie Morin a 47-year-old Florida woman was arrested on allegations that she tried to kill her boyfriend because he snored too loudly, sheriff’s officials said. Deputies said the shooting was reported Wednesday night at a home on Emerald Lake Drive in unincorporated Cocoa.

The victim was taken to a local hospital, where he is in stable condition. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that Lorie Morin was arrested on charges of attempted murder and aggravated battery. A preliminary investigation that included statements from Morin and her boyfriend indicated the shooting was accidental, deputies said.

According to sheriff’s officials, an ongoing investigation determined, however, that the shooting occurred during a domestic violence incident between the couple because the man was snoring loudly. The dispute escalated and Morin retrieved and fired a shotgun, striking her boyfriend, deputies said.

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