You can hear in the video that the thug "told a completely different story" and "if it wasn't for this video" she wouldn't be going to jail. The solider repeatedly said she was pregnant, but that didn't stop her thuggery.
And that, authorities say, makes her even more unsafe.
The two uniformed women apparently angered the woman and her son outside a Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen restaurant Saturday night in Macon because they drove around her family as they attempted to park.
"The Dodge County Sheriff's Office and Dodge County Attorney's Office are preparing second-degree murder charges against Lois Riess for the March 2018 murder of her husband, David Riess", the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension wrote in a Facebook post.
The boy was shot in the stomach and the woman was shot in the foot, according to the NOPD.
"I love my shirt", he said. Despite her claims and an attempt to play the victim, Tucker was arrested upon the arrival of the police.
From Iowa, police believe, Riess drove to Lee County, Florida. "My cousin went out helping the world". There, they said, she met a woman named Pamela Hutchinson, 59, with a similar shade of light-blonde hair.
Giving an example, she explained: "I went on a date once with one guy".
Two weeks later, Florida authorities identified Riess as a suspect in the murder of Hutchinson who was fatally shot in Fort Myers Beach on April 9.
He has set up a GoFundMe account to fund the search for her. More public advisories went out, with more photos of the grandmotherly woman and the auto she was believed to be travelling in, which was now the vehicle of the woman police think she killed.
Police said Riess allegedly drove Hutchinson's auto to Corpus Christi, Texas, where it was last spotted.
"Pure evil - that's really the only thing that could resonate with my system".
"Riess's mode of operation is to befriend women who resemble her and steal their identity", Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said.