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Ryan has been charged with assault in the first degree with serious physical injury, and armed criminal action. She will be arraigned at 2 p.m. Nov. 16, according to her attorney, Daniel Thomas Moore of Poplar Bluff. At the time of the shooting Ryan was owner of Regional Title Inc., 122 E. Main St., West Plains.
Judge Michael Ligons has been presiding over the case.
Tammy Hathcock Shipp, an employee of Drury University in West Plains and Thayer, was allegedly attacked while she was leaving her home in the driveway she shared with her mother-in-law. The victim managed to drive away from her attacker and get to the nearby Fairview School, where they called medical help.
Police said Tammy Hathcock Shipp had been shot several times by a masked and camouflaged assailant. They said that although the face was covered the attacker was described as Ryan’s size.
There were holes in the rear of the driver’s side door, and the two driver’s side windows were broken out. They said there was a “large amount of blood in the vehicle.”
The attack occurred on April 13, and Ryan nee Hathcock was not arrested until July 7. Authorities conducted a lengthy investigation prior to arresting the mother-in-law.
To see the 6-page crimnal complaint and probable cause statement, click Angaline Ryan criminal complaint and probable cause.