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Angaline Ryan (Howell County Sheriff's Dept. photo)

Angaline Ryan (Howell County Sheriff’s Dept. photo)

West Plains, Mo. — The ex-mother-in-law of Tammy (Hathcock) Shipp has been arrested and is held on $250,000 bond and charged with first degree assault – serious physical injury and one count of armed criminal action in connection with the shooting of Shipp last April 13.
Angaline Ryan a.k.a. Angie Hathcock appeared before Howell County Circuit Court Judge Truman Wiles this morning and bond was set. She was ordered to surrender her passport and have no contact with Tammy Shipp (Hathcock). The bond is a cash or corporate surety bond.
Ryan was picked up Tuesday. July 7. at 3 p.m. following a lengthy investigation by the Howell County Sheriff’s Department. Howell County Sheriff James M. Shannon thanked the Missouri State Highway Patrol, South Central Drug Task Force and the West Plains Police Department for their assistance on the case.
Tammy Shipp, employed by Drury University in West Plains and Thayer, was shot several times by a masked and camouflaged assailant as she was leaving her home on County Road 6300. She managed to get into her car and flee the scene to the nearby Fairview School, where she obtained medical assistance.
Following the arrest today Johnny Shipp, Tammy’s, father told the Hill ’n Holler that he was glad the suspected shooter is off the streets.
Ryan is listed by the Missouri Secretary of State as President of Regional Title Inc. at 112 Main Street, West Plains Mo.
To view the criminal complaint and probable cause statement for this case, filed this morning by assistant prosecuting attorney Rizwan Ahad, click Angaline Ryan criminal complain and probable cause.
Tammy Hathcock (Drury University Photo)

Tammy Hathcock (Drury University Photo)

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