Oklahoma woman slips out of cuffs and shoots officer with his AR 15

Oklahoma woman slips out of cuffs and shoots officer with his AR 15. A police officer has been shot after a woman handcuffed in the back of a cop car.

 Oklahoma woman slips out of cuffs and shoots officer with his AR 15

An Oklahoma police officer was shot by a woman who had been detained in the back of his patrol car, after she freed herself from her handcuffs and took possession of the officer's semi-automatic rifle. The police officers had arrived at the residence of Rachel Clay for a welfare check, as per local news outlet KWTV-TV. Clay was behaving erratically and had to be detained in a police car. Video footage from inside the vehicle showed Clay alone in the backseat, attempting to free herself from the handcuffs. Eventually, she succeeded in freeing one of her hands, reached through the partition between the front and back seats, grabbed the officer's AR-15, and started shooting. Reports indicate that she fired 10 shots, injuring a civilian and a deputy. The Grady County Sheriff's Office confirmed that one officer was wounded with non-life-threatening injuries. Clay was arrested after a three-hour standoff in the car and charged with shooting with intent to kill. She is being held under a $1 million bond. According to ABC-7, Clay tested positive for methamphetamines, and court documents cited by KFor, an Oklahoma news site, revealed that she has a history of mental illness and is currently unmedicated. Grady County Undersheriff Gary Boggess called the incident a "freak deal," adding that the authorities are examining ways to prevent it from happening again.

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