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A Florida woman was reportedly arrested after the taking of the firearms from her estranged husband out of the house to the police, a day after he allegedly tried to run over to her.
Courtney Irby, 32, was arrested last Saturday and charged with one count of armed burglary, after an arrest affidavit, she said, and she showed up to the Lakeland branch of the Police station with machine guns that will be to their own husbands, Joseph Irby, and one day after he was arrested on a domestic battery charge, WKMG reported.
According to the police, Irby allowed to enter her husband’s apartment without permission, and the taking of the guns at the station and on to the fears, “he was not going to get them to go in by yourself.
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“I didn’t know where the guns were located. I had to look around the apartment and in front of them, so I let them have to you,” she said to the police, according to Fox 23.
Joseph Irby was arrested on June 14 after a divorce hearing with estranged wife Courtney Irby.
(Polk County Sheriff’s Office)
However, the officer will speak to Irby allegedly replied: “So, are you telling me that you are an armed break-in?”
The police department will be contacted Irby’s husband, who was being held in the Polk County Jail, the day before the incident, he informed the officers that he wanted to file charges against his wife, WKMG reported.
She was arrested and charged. The Lakeland Police Department does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
The arrest affidavit revealed that the couple was getting a divorce hearing is on the 14th of June, when they got into an argument. During the leave of the court, Irby car was, reportedly, the collision of her husband, who is trying to run her off the road, while she was on the phone with the police.
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Irby’s arrest led to a public outcry from those of you who have criticized law enforcement for the arrest of a person who appeared to be involved in their own safety and security.
The democratic state Rep. Anna Eskamani said on Twitter that Irby “, it should not be pursued for the protection of themselves and their families.” They criticized the Lakeland Police Department for the arrest of the person looking for help.”