1st degree assault, Angaline Ryan, Angie Hathcock, armed criminal action, attorney Daniel T. Moore, businesswoman, divorce, driveway, free on bond, Houston MO, Howell County MO, injury, Judge John Beger, motions hearing, pre-trial conference, Probable Cause, Rizwan Ahad, Tammy Hathcock, Tammy Shipp, Texas County MO, update, West Plains MO
Houston, Mo. — Motions were set Tuesday for Angaline Ryan, accused of shooting her daughter-in-law, Tammy Hathcock Shipp of Thayer, Mo.
According to the Texas County Circuit Clerk’s office, a Sept. 20 2016 date has been set for a motions hearing.
Ryan, nee Angie Hathcock, is a West Plains, Mo., businesswoman free on $150,000 bond following her arrest in the case. She was arrested in Howell County, where the shooting took place.
With a change of venue, the case is now being heard in Texas County by Judge John D. Beger.
At the time Shipp was about to obtain a divorce from Ryan’s son.
Ryan has been charged with 1st degree assault and armed criminal action.
As of today a pre-trial conference has been scheduled for 9 a.m. April 18, 2017.
Ryan is represented by attorney Daniel T. Moore of Poplar Bluff.
Prosecutor is Rizwan Ahad of West Plains.
To see the criminal complaint and probable cause statement for this case, click Angaline Ryan criminal complain and probable cause.