Woman Identified After Gooding County Shooting
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Authorities say a woman who threatened law enforcement officers with a weapon in south-central Idaho has died after officers opened fire. The Ada County Coroner's Office in a news release Thursday says 53-year-old Kerry Lee Nield died at about 5 a.m. Wednesday in a Boise hospital due to gunshot wounds to the abdomen. Authorities say Gooding County Sheriff's deputies and police with the city of Gooding responded Tuesday to a domestic dispute and found Nield standing in the road holding a rifle. Twin Falls Police Department Lt. Terry Thueson says several officers opened fire when Nield behaved in a threatening manner. Thueson declined to say whether Nield fired any shots. Twin Falls police are leading the investigation as part of the Critical Incident Task Force.