Birmingham, AL 10/05/2016
The case involving an off-duty Sheriff’s Deputy and the shooting her ex-girlfriend has been sent to a grand jury.
On August 19th deputies were called to investigate a report of a shooting. An adult female caller reported that she had shot someone at her residence. She also reported that she had an Order of Protection against the person who was shot.
Once on scene deputies found a 32-year-old female had been shot. She was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Deputies learned that the two women had been in a dating relationship. The woman who was shot was issued a copy of a protection order and had come to the house to discuss it. An argument ensued and she was shot.
The woman who fired the shots is a Jefferson County deputy assigned to the jail. She was off-duty at the time of this incident.
Detectives conducted an investigation and submitted their findings to the District Attorney’s Office. The District Attorney scheduled the case to be heard by an upcoming grand jury. The deputy remains on administrative leave.