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Arizona GOP delegate pulled gun on repo man

KINGMAN — An Arizona Republican delegate is facing assault charges after Kingman police said she pointed a gun at a rep man and led authorities on a chase.

The Mohave Valley Daily News reports  that 68-year-old Sharon Kay Holmes was arrested late Sunday on a number of charges including felony aggravated assault and aggravated assault on a police officer.

According to Kingman police Capt. Rusty Cooper, Holmes pointed a gun at a repo agent attempted to repossess her Jeep. While her Jeep was hooked up to the tow truck, police said she got into her vehicle and tried to drive off. She then led police on a brief chase.

It was unclear if Holmes has an attorney.

Holmes was a Republican delegate to a GOP convention in Phoenix in May.

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2 comments

  1. Another GOP person facing the full force of the laws they helped create. How many felonies will she be charged with? What is she facing with Arizona’s draconian mandatory minimum sentencing? She needs to be treated like the ordinary people in Arizona are treated — no due process, thrown into jail, convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Labeled “violent offender”.

  2. LOL. Looks like Lori Klein’s drunken, gun-toting influence is spreading across state Republican circles.

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