A woman being detained in the back of a patrol car in Grady, Oklahoma freed herself from the handcuffs and grabbed a police AR-15, shooting into the area around the car and wounding one bystander and a deputy.
“There’s several switches, one is a gun switch to unlock the gun lock and she found it, unlocked the gun lock, and was able to retrieve an AR-15 rifle. Then she was able to figure out how to put a round in it, put it on fire and she fired approximately 10 rounds at our deputies and a civilian," Grady County Undersheriff Gary Boggess said.
Rachel Zion Clay, 36, then got into a three-hour standoff with police before surrendering herself.
Clay tested positive for meth and faces charges for its use as well as for shooting with the intent to kill. Neither of the people she shot had life-threatening injuries, according to reports.
She is yet another example of why taking guns away from law-abiding citizens won't solve the country's gun problems.
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