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FORT WORTH, TX – Two boys, ages 13 and 14, have been arrested after breaking into an apartment and fatally shooting a woman in the head.

On Friday the two boys kicked in the apartment door of 31-year-old Yesenia Gutierrez while brandishing a firearm.

One of the boys demanded Gutierrez’s iPhone, which she willingly gave them.

When the mother of three tried preventing the boys from going into the room where her 3-year-old was sleeping, she was shot in the back of the head.

When Gutierrez’s husband arrived home he found his wife’s lifeless body on the kitchen floor. Fortunately, their 3-year-old was unharmed and their other two children were still at school.

The boys were arrested after police found a 9mm pistol during a traffic stop that was later forensically linked to the shell casings discovered in Gutierrez’s apartment.

One of the boys told investigators they decided to rob Gutierrez after noticing a video game console through a window. They told police they thought the robbery would be an “easy lick.”

Both boys, who are not being named, are facing a count of capital murder. Texas considers children ages 10 to 16 as juveniles, but I’m curious if they’ll make an exception.

“What is hard to digest is the age of these kids, 13 and 14-year-old kids, they need to be in school, not out there committing these crimes killing innocent people,” Fort Worth Police Officer Jimmy Pollozani said.

Gutierez’s family has set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds to bring her remains to Illinois for funeral services.

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