FLORENCE, AZ - Authorities say a woman is jailed without bond for allegedly firing shots at Pinal County Sheriff's deputies in the small town of Saddlebrooke.
Sheriff's officials say 64-year-old Pamela Williams is being held on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault involving a police officer.
Deputies were dispatched to a Saddlebrooke home last Friday evening about an ongoing feud between neighbors.
They say someone fired two shots in their direction as they approached the residence.
Both deputies retreated to their vehicles and they say Williams ran down the driveway toward them unarmed and was taken into custody.
Deputies say they later found a shotgun in the home and a pistol on top of an outside shed.
Authorities didn't immediately know Tuesday if Williams has a lawyer yet.
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