Police: No indication driver killed on bridge was targeted

There’s no indication a woman fatally shot while driving over a highway bridge in northeast Iowa was targeted, police said Tuesday as they sought surveillance or trail camera video that could show whether someone was hunting nearby 강식당3 4회 다운로드.

Micalla Alexis Rettinger was shot about 2:30 a.m. Sunday as she drove over a wooded area along the Cedar River in Waterloo. The shot shattered the driver’s side window of her Jeep and hit her neck, then hit one of her two passengers Gta5 crack download.

The 25-year-old former University of Northern Iowa softball player pulled over along U.S. Highway 218 and died. The injured passenger was taken to a hospital 천장지구2 다운로드.

“I am devastated,” said head softball coach Ryan Jacobs. “(Rettinger) was a pretty special kid to us.”

Her father, Steven Rettinger, told The Des Moines Register that the world “lost a good-hearted person.” He said she graduated in 2016 with a degree in biology and wanted to become a dentist 화랑 드라마 다운로드.

A ground search of the area near where she was shot turned up little to help investigators, said Maj. Joe Leibold with the Waterloo Police Department 신의한수 귀수 다운로드. But tips from the public are still arriving and being followed, Leibold said.

Police were hoping there might be video that could show if someone was hunting near the river If you mp3.

Investigators also are trying to learn whether a portion of the bullet that struck Rettinger came from a rifle or handgun. That determination could help investigators figure out the distance from the firearm to the highway bridge where Rettinger was struck, Leibold said.

Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers has offered a $7,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

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