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Woman arrested in gas station shooting caught on high-definition surveillance

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Police have arrested a woman who was caught on high-definition surveillance opening fire on a driver at a gas station in Detroit.

According to the website, surveillance video from the gas station shows the woman with three other people in a Dodge Charger at the gas station when a green Pontiac Grand Prix pulls in. Investigators say a verbal altercation broke out between the woman and her friends and the group who was in the Grand Prix.

The high definition video shows the woman going to the Charger and retrieving a semi-automatic handgun from the glove compartment. At that point, her friends tried to hold her back but she ran to the Grand Prix, opened fire and wounded the driver.

One of the men in the Grand Prix was able to take the gun away from her before both vehicles fled the scene.

The occupants of the Grand Prix transported the shooting victim to the hospital. They returned to the gas station give the gun to police.

The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Two others were taken into custody as well.




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