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This is an unusual story from Volusia County, Florida where WESH-TV reporter Claire Metz had gone to the home of a 911 center employee to get the woman's side of the story in connection with her suspension over an error involving a fatal heart attack call. Metz says she went to Shauna Justice's door without a camera or microphone and was met by Justice holding a gun in her hand.
Metz had gone to the home of Shauna Justice to get her side of the story. Justice was suspended because her superiors said she was using her cellphone in September while her dispatch trainee took a call. As a result of that call, emergency responders ended up at the wrong address, and the victim suffered a heart attack and ultimately died.
Justice was arrested after the incident involving the WESH 2 News crew at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. She was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and held on $1,500 bond.
Justice opened the door with a gun in her hand, pointing it at Metz's head, cursing at her and telling her to leave her property, according to Metz.
"The gun was no more than a foot or two from my head, and Ms. Justice held it on me until I backed away to our truck," Metz said.