Woman arrested for helping husband flee shooting at Cortana Mall
BATON ROUGE - One woman has been arrested for her role in a shooting at Cortana Mall Sunday.
The incident happened just after 6 p.m. in the parking lot. According to the arrest report, a woman had gotten into an argument with a group of women at the mall.
During the argument, one of the women was heard calling her husband. The woman on the phone was identified as Blanca Munoz.
Witnesses said Munoz told her husband to bring a gun. While in the Dillard's parking lot, witnesses said that a male suspect matching the description of Munoz's husband pulled out a gun and opened fire on the group of women.
After the shooting, Munoz and her husband fled the scene. Munoz later returned to the scene of the crime with the gun in her car.
Munoz is facing a charge of principal to aggravated assault with a firearm. The arrest report did not say if Munoz's husband had been arrested or charged.
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