First woman on the U.S. Indian reservation to be arrested in connection with fatal shooting

HAVASUPA, Kan.

— The first woman on U.s.

Indian Reservations land to be charged in connection to the fatal shooting of a Lakota Sioux tribe member has been arrested.

Kathleen O’Brien, 30, has been charged with aggravated assault and criminal mischief.

She was arrested Monday in connection in the fatal incident in the town of Shingle Creek, Kan., which was captured on video and later published on social media.

In addition to charges against O’Brady, a Sioux Falls police spokesman said investigators are working with other law enforcement agencies in Kansas and Missouri to investigate whether any other suspects may have been involved in the incident.