Teen Allegedly Threatens to Kill Dad for Car in Burnsville
An 18-year-old Eagan woman reportedly threatened to kill her father because he wanted to take away her car, according to a Dakota County criminal complaint.
The father, who lives in Burnsville, reported his daughter's alleged threat to police.
On March 12, the man said his daughter, Amal Mohamed Osman, took her car without permission from her parents, the complaint said. Her parents told Osman not to take the vehicle because she doesn't have a driver's license, her father said.
Osman, of Eagan, allegedly hit her mother when she took the car.
When her father threatened to take the car back to a dealership, Osman allegedly told him, "If you call my mom again I will kill you." The man told police that his daughter might be in a gang and has friends with access to guns, who were capable of shooting him.
The man appeared "visibly upset and shaking" while talking to police, the complaint said. During an incident a year earlier, the man told police that his daughter punched him in the stomach - causing him to go to the hospital.
Osman was charged with felony terroristic threats and gross misdemeanor stalking, according to the March 14 complaint. She is scheduled to appear in court June 25.
Her attorney, Scott Baker, said he's gathering information about the case. He declined to provide additional comments about the allegations.