Woman turns herself in following officer-involved shooting in Nashville

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A woman wanted in connection to an officer-involved shooting has turned herself in to Nashville Police.

Kathleen Daly surrendered to police and has been charged with attempted murder.

According to WTVF, officers received a call on December 13 saying they needed to investigate the occupants of a room at the Cumberland Inn in East Nashville.

Sources reported the caller said the man in the room had talked about committing a robbery.

When they arrived, Daly gave the officers a false name and then opened the door to let them in.

She reportedly told the officers she was alone in the room.

When officers began looking around, Paul Hardesty allegedly opened the bathroom door and opened fire.

Officer Terrance McBride was struck in the shoulder. He is expected to be okay.

During the commotion that followed, Daly was able to get away.

Hardesty, who remained behind, eventually turned the gun on himself before officers could take him into custody.

Police believe the duo are connected to a series of robberies and burglaries across Middle Tennessee.