A Pahrump woman, Cynthia Warren, is facing serious legal trouble as she admitted to shooting a man, leading to his airlift for medical treatment. According to the Nye County sheriff’s deputies, Deputy Alec Brian responded to the incident on August 31st, just before 10:30 p.m., at a residence in Pahrump.

Upon arrival, Cynthia Warren confessed to the shooting, requesting legal representation. Deputies also discovered a firearm in her possession, which was secured for safety reasons.

The shooting victim was found in the garage with a gunshot wound to his arm, which had penetrated into his rib cage. Although the victim believed Warren intended to harm him, the motive behind the shooting remains unclear.

Furthermore, Warren faces charges for violating Nevada Revised Statute 202.360 due to the alleged possession of a firearm while using methamphetamine and marijuana. Additionally, she is charged with domestic battery with a deadly weapon. The case is under investigation to uncover the full details surrounding this unfortunate incident.