Woman Accused Of Shooting At Wedding Party

shooting investigationMyra Neal, 56, of College Street Normandy was arrested for firing a gun that was allegedly pointed at a bride following a wedding. According to a report filed by Detective Sgt. Chad Webster of the Bedford County Sheriff’s Department, Neal said she “discharged the firearm two times in the air while she was in her yard” and admitted threatening to shoot a truck.
She was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment and posted $1,000 bond.
The incident stemmed from a wedding reception being held at the River Cafe in Normandy.
The wedding party went to take photos by a red caboose in an open field” near the old Normandy school, Webster said in his report.
Neal and two other women allegedly yelled at them to leave because the caboose was on private property.
The bride described in an investigative report that Neal pointed the firearm at her with a finger still on the trigger. (Shelbyville Times Gazette)