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PORTLAND, OR -- A Warm Springs woman was sentenced Tuesday to 13 years in federal prison for shooting two family members in March 2016. According to court documents, 26-year-old Rhyan Smith returned to a house she’d periodically lived in with five family members, retrieved a pistol she’d taken without permission from the owner, then stood in a bedroom doorway and shot a relative five times. A second victim was shot several times when she heard the gunshots and tried to stop Smith.

 

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Police found Smith hiding near the house with an AR-15 rifle; investigators later found a camouflage rifle bag with multiple AR-15 magazines, loose ammunition and a 9mm pistol in a vehicle at the house. She pleaded guilty in February to two counts of assault with the intent to commit murder, along with a weapons charge.

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