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Published: Saturday, Sept. 7 2013 11:40 p.m. MDT

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K
Mchenry, IL

I think it's awful this woman was arrested. She is another victim, the person who shot her and the officer turned the gun on themselves. What does her arrest gain anyone? She was shot and may have something else going on with her medicallly to make her a bad witness. Is she still in jail?

JSB
Sugar City, ID

This woman's current picture and her high school pictures should be posted together in a lot of high school sociology classes. It shows better than a lot of lectures could do what drugs, bad company, etc. can do to a person.

Bryan
Syracuse, UT

It sounds like she's trying to defend the man that tried to kill her. How sad. But if she chooses to not cooperate with the police - and even to lie to them apparently - she should certainly be charged with obstruction.

ER in AF
Baghdad, 00

K, shh, adults are talking. I hardly believe that you are serious? Either she committed a crime or she did not. If she was arrested she had to have an arrest warrant. They don't hand those out like candy. There has to be strong physical evidence pointing to a specific crime and that she was the one who committed it for them to get a warrant and arrest her. They are not just provoking her or harassing her. That she was shot is a separate crime, one that the person responsible (prolly the other ugly person in the car) will be arrested for as soon as he gets out the hospital.

K
Mchenry, IL

The article suggests she was arrested because of the incident with the officer in which both she and the officer was shot.

I fear her arrest was only cause of homelessness. Not being a good witness is not a crime. Especially if you were a victim in the crime. If she was arrested on another matter then the article should have stated that.

She has a heath reason for looking different.

bw00ds
Tucson, AZ

@K The article suggests she was arrested because she kept changing her story. And her stories were inconsistent with the physical evidence. That's called obstruction of justice. Especially if she is lying to protect the suspect.

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