where her teens and spouse lived. They were arguing. Police were called, her weapon taken away. The judge gave it back to her.
It isn't an easy situation, but surely we all have a responsibility--beyond loyalty to the family--to notify those who can prevent a family member from doing something potentially deadly.
I was thankful every single day that he didn't own a gun, because he would have been killing people. He actually did physically attack some people, but was too feeble to do much damage.
I wonder how many families are dealing with this difficult situation, except with guns in the mix.