Springfield woman injured, attacked with stun gun

A Springfield woman was injured after reportedly being attacked by a stun gun on Monday evening.

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The woman was walking on South York Street at about 9:40 p.m. when she stopped and sat on the curb to get a rock out of her sandal, according to a police report. The woman stated an unknown white male in a Chrysler 300 opened the left passenger side door, yelled something and shocked her with a stun gun.

The suspects — including two other people — then left the area, the report said. Two witnesses confirmed the event, police said.

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The woman had minor red mark on her stomach, but refused treatment when medics arrived.

No charges have been filed because the suspects could not be identified, the report said.


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