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Woman fired 8 shots in parking dispute at Love’s, police say

Posted 2/6/19

A North Carolina woman faces charges after State Police say she fired multiple gunshots at a man during an incident in the parking lot of the Love’s truck stop at 3555 Vine St. in Londonderry …

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Woman fired 8 shots in parking dispute at Love’s, police say

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A North Carolina woman faces charges after State Police say she fired multiple gunshots at a man during an incident in the parking lot of the Love’s truck stop at 3555 Vine St. in Londonderry Township at about 7:30 p.m. Jan. 30.

Ashley Denise Hallman, 30, of Concord, fired the shots at the victim after the man told Hallman she was blocking traffic by being illegally parked in the lot in her commercial vehicle, according to arrest papers police filed with District Judge David Judy.

Hallman fired an estimated eight gunshots in the man’s direction, police said. Police added that the incident occurred as Love’s customers were walking in and out of the store from the fuel pumps.

A search of Hallman after she was arrested uncovered a Taurus 9 mm pistol in her waistband with a magazine loaded with seven rounds and one round in the chamber.

Hallman had an additional magazine loaded with 12 rounds, police said. Police also found two spent 9 mm shell casings in the area where the victim and a witness had seen Hallman shooting.

Hallman was arraigned before Judy and charged with terroristic threats, harassment, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.

She was released after posting $100,000 bail in surety bonds through a bondsman. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Feb. 4 but results were not available.