A Florida woman had to go to a local hospital to have a probe removed from her throat after being shot with a dart firing stun gun by the estranged wife of a male companion, according to deputies.
The victim told Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies she was awakened Monday morning around eight by someone banging on the door of her Beal Parkway residence.
Deputies say that when she opened the door, a woman later identified as 48-year old Christine Webster of Fort Walton Beach, shot her with a dart firing stun gun.
The victim says the incident caused her to fall back and suffer a seizure due to her epilepsy.
Deputies say the victim removed one probe from her chest but had to have the second probe, which lodged in her throat, removed at a local hospital.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has charged Webster with aggravated battery causing bodily harm.
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