Woman faces charges after allegedly firing gun in home
A Maricopa woman reportedly fired a shot during an argument with her husband in a house.
Rosalyn Woods, 36, has been charged with threats or intimidation, endangering, illicit firearms distribution and illicit possession of a deadly weapon, police said.
Police said an argument between the couple began late November 30 and continued at their home on West Pioneer Road in Cobblestone by the early hours of December 1. At around 3 a.m., the husband went downstairs to lie down. While his face was covered with a blanket, he heard a gunshot at home and started recording video on his cell phone, police said.
At the beginning of the video, the couple can be heard arguing when he asked Woods, “Are you going to shoot me?” according to a probable cause statement. She allegedly replied, “Yes, because I don’t give. I don’t play with s – because the next one is not in the air. “
He asked why she was holding a gun when she wanted to talk; she replied that she was serious.
The video recording shows Woods picking up what appears to be a silver pistol, police said. A sound can then be heard that corresponds to the sound of the chambering of a pistol.
According to the police, Woods is supposed to say, “Are you going to sleep? I’ll shoot your s … “The husband said,” You have a gun in your hand “and she allegedly replied,” And I’m going to use this b – because I’m tired. “
The video showed Woods’ body with his right arm and hand pointed at the man and out of sight by her side.
Police said they found out that Woods was convicted of three crimes – counterfeiting, forgery and theft – in Illinois between December 2005 and August 2012.
Woods was arrested at the apartment at around 9:15 a.m. on December 5 after a search allegedly found 24 rounds of 9mm ammunition in her purse, police said. In her bedroom, detectives allegedly found a 9mm SCCY CPX-2 pistol box with an unrelated receipt in the box addressed to them, police said.
She was sent to Pinal County Jail, where she stayed as of Monday morning, according to online inmate files. She has scheduled a hearing for Tuesday, December 15th.