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Cothran is listed on the Tennessee sex offender registry for a July 2019 conviction for solicitation to commit sexual exploitation of a minor.-photo Johnson Co.

JOHNSON COUNTY —A woman involved in chase and deadly exchange of gunfire that left a Kansas police officer and her accomplice dead is now facing a murder charges.

On Wednesday, the Johnson County attorney’s office charged 32-year-old Angela Cothran of  Portland, Tennessee, with first degree murder in the death of Fairway Police officer Johan Oswald.

Cothran was originally charges with aggravated battery, fleeing law enforcement, felony theft and reckless driving.  She remains jailed on a $1 million bond, according to online jail records.  She is due back in court September 20.

Just after 7:30 a.m August 6, police responded to a stolen vehicle call at the QuikTrip at 95th Street and Interstate 35, according to a media release from Lenexa Police.

Officers located that car and the suspect in the stolen vehicle struck one of Lenexa police department’s patrol vehicles and drove away.

Police pursued the suspect northbound on Interstate 35 until the suspects left the vehicle and ran to a QuikTrip in the 4700 Block of Lamar Avenue in Mission.

Police on the scene near the shooting  on Sunday-photo courtesy KCTV
Police on the scene near the shooting  on Sunday-photo courtesy KCTV

Police from multiple agencies were trying to arrest the suspects when gunfire broke out. A suspect later identified as 40-year-old Shannon Wayne Marshall of Ashland City, Tennessee was shot and killed and  Fairway Kansas police officer Jonah Oswald was shot, hospitalized and died on August 7.

The other suspect later identified as  Cothran was arrested.

Cothran is listed on the Tennessee sex offender registry for a July 2019 conviction for solicitation to commit sexual exploitation of a minor. She has three previous convictions for child abuse and a probation violation for drugs, according to the Tennessee offender registry. 



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