Metro police arrested a woman late Thursday night who they say fired more than a dozen shots at two men who were looking for their dog.
Ashley Pepin, 32, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Two men told police they were out raccoon hunting with their dog when it ran off. The dog had a GPS device so the men tracked it to Ridgewood Road.
As the two pulled into the driveway, police say Pepin came out and asked if they had any beer. The men said they did not and told Pepin they were looking for their dog.
According to the affidavit, Pepin told the men she had the dog and invited them inside. When the men declined, police say Pepin went inside, grabbed a gun and came back outside, pointing the gun at the men. Officers say as they were backing out of the driveway, she started shooting, firing about 15 shots.
Officers say Pepin admitted to shooting at the men and to drinking. Officers reporting finding shell casing outside her house. The arrest affidavit makes no mention of what happened to the dog the men were looking for.
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