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Woman arrested in Cottonwood Heights after being shot with BB gun
First Published Jul 27 2013 11:34 am • Last Updated Jul 30 2013 09:15 am

Police arrested a woman in Cottonwood Heights early Saturday after her niece shot her in the hand with a BB gun.

Sara Nuneviller was visiting her sister in Cottonwood Heights Saturday when the two women got into a fight, according to Cottonwood Heights Sgt. Scott Peck. During the fight, the sister’s 14-year-old daughter tried to intervene and was " ‘clawed’ in the neck by ‘my mom’s crazy sister,’ " police said.

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The girl then grabbed a BB pistol and shot Nuneviller in the hand. Peck reported that Nuneviller ran to a neighbor’s home, bleeding all over the sidewalk on the way.

When police arrived, they arrested Nuneviller for domestic violence. They also discovered that she arrived in a stolen vehicle out of South Salt Lake.

jdalrymple@sltrib.com

Twitter: @jimmycdii




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