WOMAN PULLS OUT GUN & OPEN FIRES INSIDE DALLAS AIRPORT

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U.S. NEWS: DALLAS, T.X.

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A woman who was accused of firing several shots in the air inside of Dallas Love Airport in Texas, has just had aggravated assault of a public servant to the long list of charges she is currently facing. An Associated Press report said the last charge came after authorities allege that was of the rounds she fired was aimed at a police officer.

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Portia Odufuwa (no age given) reportedly had no luggage with her when she entered the ticketing area, and then walked into the restroom. She emerged from the bathroom with her hands inside of the pockets of a hooded sweatshirt she was wearing. She then walked back to the ticket counter and said that she had an announcement to make.

Odufuwa reportedly ranted about a marriage, incarceration, and she claimed to blow up the airport, before she pulled out a gun from under her hooded sweatshirt and fired off two rounds into the ceiling. Police said an officer who was already on the scene yelled for Odufwa to drop the weapon. Instead of dropping her weapon, Odufwa reportedly took a shot at the officer. The officer reportedly took cover before firing back. Odufwa was reportedly hit multiple times. The officer was not injured.

Odufwa was reportedly hit multiple times in the lower extremities. She underwent surgery on Tuesday, and was last reported to be in stable condition.

According to police records, Odufwa had been prohibited from possessing a firearm since August of 2018.

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