37-year-old woman from Dayton, who shot a woman during a fight earlier this month, was indicted on two counts of felonious assault

Dayton, Ohio – Local authorities were dispatched to the 100 block of Perrine Street around 3 a.m. Aug. 8 after someone reported shots being fired.

When officers arrived at the scene, an injured woman explained to them that she was shot by another woman following a fight. The shooter, later identified as the 37-year-old Amber Snyder, had already fled the scene of the incident.

The injured woman, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in her arm, was transferred to a local hospital for treatment.

Per the police report and statement of facts, Snyder called the victim early in the morning on August 8 and she was told not to call the residence again. Shortly after the initial call, the victim got outside her residence when she heard yelling. As soon as opened the door, a fight ensued between her and Snyder and Snyder had reportedly grabbed the woman’s hair, pulled out a firearm and shot her in the arm.

Snyder was on the run, but local authorities were able to locate her later at a vacant home on Medford Street.

She was arrested and taken at the Montgomery County jail. On Friday this week, she was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury Friday on two counts of felonious assault.

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