- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 15, 2016

PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) - A grand jury has indicted a Pendleton woman accused of shooting a man with a stun gun in a dispute over money.

The East Oregonian reports (https://is.gd/v7B9dx ) that 24-year-old Sarah Carr faces charges of menacing, kidnapping, assault and illegal use of a stun gun.

The victim told Pendleton police in late April that he met Carr because she owed him money.

Instead of taking him to the cash, she took him to a field outside city limits and shot him with a stun gun, then left him.

Pendleton Police Chief Stuart Roberts says a man who drove the pair to the field may not have been aware of the plan. He says another man might have brandished a baseball bat, but police never recovered one.

Roberts says it took time to put the pieces together and that’s why there was no arrest until June.

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Information from: East Oregonian, https://www.eastoregonian.com


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