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Chase Ends With Woman Shooting Herself

A woman and her husband are both in the hospital with gunshot wounds.

Grant County deputies were called to Locust street in Crittenden for domestic violence. They found Mark Dionne, 41, shot and Teresa Dionne, 47, of Dry Ridge racing out of the apartment complex.

Mitch Kotzbauer from the Grant County Sheriff's Department said that, "at one point she(Teresa) put the weapon to her head we tried to talk the weapon out of her hand, she made statements that it was too late and when we said we can end this peacefully, she shook her head no and she laid the weapon down and the pursuit began."

Police say Teresa led them on a 30-minute chase through three counties. It ended when a cruiser disabled her vehicle. She shot herself in the stomach before giving up.

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