A Tennessee woman has been charged in connection with a shooting that left one man dead in a Nashville hotel room last week, after police responded to a call there.
Officials with Nashville PD say 26-year-old Kathleen Daly surrendered to them Sunday night. She was inside the Cumberland Inn last Tuesday with Paul Hardesty, a parolee from New York, who was wanted for robberies and burglaries in the Midstate area.
According to the Tennessean, Daly answered the door when police showed up at the Inn and told officers she was alone. She also reportedly gave them a fake name and social security number.
Police say Hardesty fired at the officers when they came inside, striking one of them in the shoulder. Hardesty, who was wanted on outstanding warrants, later turned the gun on himself.
Daly is now being held on charges of attempted murder, criminal impersonation, possession of drug paraphernalia and giving false information to police.
She also remains under investigation for robberies and burglaries in the Midstate area.
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