Interview Part 1On Tuesday night, The North Carolina Beat spoke with a family who filed criminal charges on November 17, against 37-year-old Cherelle Tiera McLaughlin, the mother of 14-year-old TyQuan General Jr., who is accused of murdering 15-year-old Delvin Ferrell at Southeast Raleigh Magnet School.
According to the interview, Cherelle and her family are reportedly notorious in Raleigh, North Carolina, for bringing weapons to physical altercations and for encouraging her children to engage in fights with other girls.
Cherelle is also accused of driving her children to some of these fights.
In the interview, we will show you videos that depict how Cherelle was arrested on Tuesday and charged with multiple a*sault charges, including false imprisonment.
In another video, you will see TyQuan’s grandmother, Cynthia McLaughlin, walking around and waving a pistol at the minors in an attempt to scare them away from fighting. In that same video, you will see Cherelle wearing a light blue shirt, engaging in a fight with children, only to have them turn around and whoop her a*s.
You will also hear about TyQuan a*saulting girls and chasing people around a car with a knife, among other things.
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