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14-Year-Old Son of ICE Agent Killed His Dad After Being Disciplined, Investigators Say

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The 14-year-old son of an ICE agent shot his dad after being disciplined, law enforcement sources say.The boy, whose name has not been released, is suspected of fatally shooting his father Myron W. Chisem, 42, in the head at his home in Carson. Prosecutors announced today that they are charging the boy with murder and seeking to try him as an adult.

Anonymous law enforcement sources told the Los Angeles Times that the boy was angry at his father after being punished for misbehaving. This comes a day after friends of the family told reporters that there were no signs of trouble between the ICE agent and his son.

Deputy District Attorney Todd Hicks said the boy is suspected of using his father's own service weapon to fire a single fatal shot through a window from outside the house. The boy allegedly used his dad's own service weapon to shoot his dad who was watching TV, the Times reported.

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