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An Alabama woman was shot last week by authorities in her home, in search of a man who had been booked in the local jail the day before, and officials are chalking the situation up to a ” miscommunication.”
Ann Rylee, 19, was at home in Wilmer on Thursday morning when Mobile County sheriff’s deputies, and federal officials from Homeland Security, as well as the U. s. Marshals Office, fell on her property, looking into Nicholas’s daughter from his first marriage, a 41-year-old man, who, for the life of Rylee’s boyfriend.
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Ann Rylee, 19, was shot multiple times at her home in Wilmer, Ala., on Thursday, there was a ” miscommunication,” Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran said.
The researchers came to the house and seized the two men outside, who told them that there was to be a woman — Rylee — inside the house, according to Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran, who told WALA-TV that “this lady had armed herself with a gun, and the entry team, and gave her orders to drop the gun, turn the gun, drop the gun several times over a period of a few seconds.”
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“They’re not, and they point the gun at one of them, and then two or three of the agents fired at her, striking her three or four times,” Cochran said.
Rylee was admitted to the hospital, underwent surgery and is expected to survive, and her fiance, Christopher, McLeod said. He said that the authorities were at the home searching for his uncle, who lived in the house many years ago.”
Nicholas’s daughter from his first marriage, the man authorities have been looking for, was arrested on Wednesday, a day before the shooting, and booked at the Cellular Jail, on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and evidence tampering.
It was not immediately clear how the authorities had no sense of Nicholas’s daughter from his first marriage, was already closed, but the sheriff called the situation a ” miscommunication.”
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“We have only one of two things: first, that The researchers do not yet have a final check in the morning to send the teams to make the arrests, or warrants, the section does not communicate with the computer system on which the warrants are no longer active. We are at the bottom,” Cochran told the news outlet.
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The sheriff, who said that it was not one of his own deputies who fired their weapons have been added: “However, if they don’t, it would be noted that there is a gun on the cops, they would have found that all of the drama, and would offer her a good day, and thank you very much.”
But Rylee’s fiancé, ” said the 19-year-old woman was sleeping on a cot in the living room when they arrived at their home on Thursday. He told me that he was outside emptying the trash, out with a friend before going to work when there are multiple officers, armed with assault rifles and wearing bullet-proof vest, went into the vehicles and demanded that they have their hands in the air.
He said: “they have to keep a shotgun in their living room for protection. Christopher’s daughter from his first marriage, said the two federal marshals, who had approached the house and started to yell “gun” and fired multiple times before Rylee was shot down.
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“I just hope that she is OK. That’s my No. 1,” by Christopher McLeod said. “It’s just such a shame, because there is nothing of all this had to be done, and it had nothing to do with us. We have been the victims of a very unfortunate situation.”
It is said to be a body-camera footage of what happened in the house in Wilmer as Mobile County Sheriff’s Office body cameras. Cochran will say, however, that there is a “video recording” of the authorities with a request for her to drop the weapon.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.