The Macon woman accused of shooting a teenager outside her home wants her homeowner's insurance to cover a claim filed by the young man's family.
Her insurance company says, "Not so fast."
In January, Elisabeth Cannon was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery.
After allegedly shooting 15-year-old Marcus Vernon in the head outside her home on Bloomfield Drive.
Cannon claimed that Vernon and two other boys threw rocks at her and her daughter.
According to a complaint filed by Country Mutual Insurance on Wednesday, Vernon's family has filed a claim for damages from his gunshot wound.
Country Mutual says that Cannon's homeowners insurance covers $300,000 in liability coverage, but they argue they're not obligated to defend Cannon because she committed a criminal act.
They are asking a Superior Court Judge to declare they are not obligated to cover Cannon for shooting Vernon.