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Semi truck, gas pump, cars hit in family dispute shooting at truck stop 


A gas pump, three cars, and a moving semi truck were struck by bullets during an intense family dispute at a Love’s truck stop in Indiana on Monday. 

The shooting happened on May 16th at the Love’s in Gibson County, Indiana on highway 41 and Warrenton Road. 

The Indiana State Police report that 32-year-old Teara Williams was in Gibson County from Louisville to meet a family member at the truck stop. Once the two met up, an argument occurred, prompting Williams to grab a gun from her car and shoot. 

No one was hurt in the shooting, but three vehicles, a gas pump, and a moving semi traveling north on Highway 41 was struck in the crossfire. 

According to 44 News, Williams was heavily intoxicated at the time of the incident, and was driving with a 14-year-old in her car. Williams was uncooperative at the scene, and the man she had argued with ran off before police could speak with him. 

Williams is currently being held in the Gibson County Jail. She is facing charges of criminal recklessness with a weapon, and driving while intoxicated with a passenger less than 18-years-of age.


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