‘I’ll shoot you’ woman threatens to shoot cops over arrest

A woman who threatened to shoot police officers for arresting her after a traffic stop said she was upset because the officers were black.

“I’ll kill you.

I’ll kill every one of you,” the woman, who identified herself only as Jane Doe, told police after the arrest on Monday.

Police said they were responding to a call of an intoxicated driver at a high rate of speed when the driver ran a red light.

The officer then stopped the car in the middle of the intersection.

Doe told officers that she was intoxicated and her car had broken down.

The woman got out of her car and pulled out a pistol and pointed it at the officers before she was arrested.

She was booked into the Travis County Jail.

The city of Austin, which is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) west of Dallas, has a population of more than 5 million.

The Austin Police Department, which has more than 6,300 officers, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Texas Department of Public Safety, which handles federal immigration enforcement, said in a statement that it is aware of the incident and will review it with the U.S. attorney’s office.

“We are taking appropriate action to ensure this does not happen again,” said spokeswoman Jennifer O’Brien.

The Department of Homeland Security said in April that the department was reviewing its procedures for handling the arrest of someone suspected of committing a felony in the United States.

The department has been criticized for failing to identify the man and for not giving him a lawyer.

A federal judge recently ordered the department to pay $15,000 to the driver’s family, according to court documents.

The driver, who has not been identified, was also ordered to stay away from the area and not drive while under arrest.

A local police chief has also said the department should have stopped the driver.

“There’s no way I would have let him get out of my car and go drive,” Austin Police Chief David Carter told reporters last month.