Know this woman? St. Paul police say she's been randomly shooting at vehicles

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By Micah SchwartzbachAttorney. A traffic stop normally ends with a citation—the annoyed motorist simply drives away. But an officer will sometimes prolong a traffic detention, in the process searching the driver's vehicle. In some instances, an officer who has stopped a vehicle has a legal justification for searching it.

Constabulary have released a photo of a woman they say has twice randomly shot at occupied vehicles in the Twin Cities. The unidentified woman was not provoked in either shooting clash, according to police. No prior communication with the other drivers. No clear reason for the violence. Just apparently random gunfire, St. Paul PD announced Thursday.

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