A 39-year-old woman is in jail after allegedly threatening to “bury” her adult daughter and kill her daughter’s boyfriend because the younger woman kicked her out of her apartment on suspicion of using meth again.
The incident began Saturday when police went to Hopkins Plaza in response to a report of terroristic threats, Detective Stacy Lakotas wrote in charging documents filed Wednesday.
The unidentified daughter told police she’d kicked her mother, Kerri Lynn Breeden, of Minneapolis, out of her apartment because she thought Breeden was using meth again.
Breeden has multiple drug convictions:
- Fifth-degree possession from July 24, 2012,
- Fifth-degree possession from June 30, 2003
- Second-degree possession from March 9, 2000.
The daughter said she’d received calls and voicemails from her mother in which Breeden told her she had two guns in the trunk of her vehicle and that she was coming to the younger woman’s home, according to the court documents.
Officers listened to the voicemails and heard Breeden say she’d “bury” her daughter while calling her an expletive—as well as threaten to kill her boyfriend, whom she referred to by a racial slur. During another voicemail, Breeden also reportedly threatened to burn the girl’s car.
Breeden has been charged with felony terroristic threats, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. She’s being held in Hennepin County jail on $30,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.