A brand new housebreaking cost was filed towards a teen who was driving within the stolen automotive 17-yr-previous Christian Redwine was driving when he allegedly led Columbus police on a chase on Nov. 6 that ended with him being fatally shot in Phenix Metropolis by an officer.
Hannah Lynn Wuenschel, who was shot by Officer Allan Brown in the course of the incident, was arrested Saturday on a further second-diploma housebreaking linked to the stolen property discovered within the Pontiac G-6 concerned within the chase. She was booked into the Muscogee County Jail however was later launched on bond.
Fred Levins, the automotive proprietor, reported it stolen when he awoke round three:30 a.m. Nov. 6 and observed that it was lacking alongside together with his automotive keys. He suspected that his grandson left with the automotive together with Tillis, Redwine’s cousin, and Wuenschel.
Police stated they noticed a suspicious car round companies on the intersection of Milgen and Reese roads. The car was headed in and round a number of closed companies.
Officers maintained surveillance and notified the Columbus 911 Middle. The middle knowledgeable officers that the car had simply been stolen.
Makes an attempt made by the officers to cease the car utilizing blue lights and sirens have been ignored by the driving force who then tried to flee, in line with a information launch from authorities.
Columbus Police Chief Ricky Boren stated Phenix Metropolis police joined the automotive chase when it continued into Phenix Metropolis, the place the driving force turned onto Riverchase Drive off Freeway eighty at which era the driving force misplaced management of the car.
Boren stated Redwine exited at Riverchase Drive, the final Alabama exit earlier than the state line. The Pontiac went off the street at Riverchase Drive.
Columbus Police Officer 1st Class Allan Brown, who had seen the automotive exit on Riverchase, acquired out of his car and encountered the three suspects, in accordance with a report. He fired an unknown variety of photographs from his weapon, police stated.
Russell County District Lawyer Kenneth Davis stated the officer had cause to consider that Redwine was utilizing the car as a weapon.
Lawyer Mike Garner, who represents Wuenschel within the case, stated Redwine was solely placing the car into reverse to get out of a gap.
Garner stated Redwine was shot seven occasions, his shopper two or 3 times and Tillis at the very least twice. Officers confirmed that Brown shot the suspects however has but to verify what number of occasions.
Tillis and Wuenschel have been transported to Midtown Medical Middle in Columbus to be handled for gunshot wounds. Data point out Tillis sustained a gunshot wound to the mouth and Wuenschel had no less than one gunshot wound to the arm.
Tillis and Wuenschel have been handled on the hospital, taken into police custody and theft by taking motorcar. He was launched from the jail when Wuenschel pleaded not responsible to the cost Nov. 10 in Columbus Recorder’s Courtroom.
Officers issued two counts of second-diploma housebreaking fees towards Tillis and one towards Wuenschel after finding stolen property within the Pontiac, together with a bag of knickknack, purse, two…