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Salt Lake City police say woman brought kids to drive-by shooting
First Published Jun 18 2012 09:30 am • Last Updated Jun 18 2012 11:32 am

A woman with children ages 1 and 2 in her car fired a gun at a man twice early Sunday.

All the bullets apparently missed. About 3 a.m. Sunday, the 33-year-old woman approached a group of people in Salt Lake City and fired multiple times, according to a report Salt Lake City police filed with the jail. Then she singled out one man, who was her neighbor, and chased him and shot at him, the report says.

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The woman got in her car and drove away, then returned and shot at the neighbor "several more times," the report says. The report says two the two kids were in the car while the woman was shooting from inside the vehicle.

The woman was arrested and remained in the Salt Lake County jail on Monday. She is being held without bail on suspicion of assault and attempted to commit a capital felony.

ncarlisle@sltrib.com

Twitter: @natecarlisle




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