Police interview with harley hicks who was charged with misdemeanor count of assault of an intoxicated person
Hornady employee: no alcohol on record, said she was at home with her husband for 30 minutes
Paying tribute to her victim, Hornady CEO Greg Kocher said, ‘We will not rest until our customers and associates have peace of mind knowing that we have conducted these kinds of investigations.
‘We understand the gravity of this matjarvees.comter, and we are working with law enforcement on the investigation.
‘As we do with any type of investigation, this is a critical priority for all law enforcement agencies, and we will not be deterred from doing what we are doing to maintain the trust of our customers and our employees.
‘In addition, we are committed to ensuring that every law enforcement officer in the community who has been involved in these kinds of cases, will receive the highest-level of protection to ensure their safety and ensure the long-term integrity of our communities.
‘We have spoken with the family, and we are working closely with them as they deal with this tragic event.’
Meanwhile, police in Phoenix confirmed to The Arizona Republic that someone had a gun when they came to the office Tuesday morning.
Pol바카라사이트ice at a Phoenix office told the Phoenix Gazette on Tuesday that they were still investigating who had a gun there.
A police report from the time of the shooting, seen by The Arizona Republic, claims that a woman who works there, 21-year-old jarvees.comHarley Hicks, was drinking with a group of friends and told her husband about an assault and she had to leave the office early.
Hicks was later found by authorities with a gunshot wound. Police released surveillance video of the attack that shows the woman’s husband allegedly pulling his gun on Hicks, who was being interviewed by officers for alcohol related violations in 2012, as well as having the gun stolen from a box.
The woman said after the shooting, Hicks told her family that she was at her home alone and had nothing to drink. She told her family she was going to call her boyfriend and let him know what had happened, before driving off in a silver 2007 Dodge Ram
Hicks also claimed that a friend in the building reported her missing at about 11:30am and she had not been seen since, The Arizona Republic has reported.
The incident was the third at Harley Hock’s Phoenix office in just two months, according to police, and her husband said they were ‘extremely upset’ about it