Kevon Watkins, a Georgia teen strangled his sister over the family wifi password, Kevon Watkins,
who was 16-years-old at that time of the fatal attack in February 2018, had reportedly been playing
an Xbox game before he changed the family’s Wi-Fi password because the internet was slow due to
the number of people using it. At one point, Kevon’s mother tried to take his Xbox from his room
when his sister Alexus Watkins,19, confronted him, according to testimony at the teen's trial and
911 calls from the incident.
Alexus was pronounced dead of asphyxiation early the next morning at a local hospital. On Friday,
August 2, 2019, Kevon was found guilty of felony murder and aggravated assault.
During the hearing, Bibb County Superior Court Judge Verda Colvin explained she found Kevon guilty
of murder instead of voluntary manslaughter because his 13-year-old brother tried to get him to stop choking their sister.