Police in St. Louis, Missouri, said a woman who was arrested for her alleged role in a weekend shooting is no longer in custody because the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office is refusing to press charges, according to reports.
According to FOX 2 in St. Louis, Amber Booker, 33, was arrested by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department during an investigation into a shooting toward the end of a Cinco de Mayo festival on Saturday night.
Police shared images of two suspects involved in the shooting, with one image depicting a woman suspected to be Booker, and another of a man. In both pictures, the suspects are holding guns.
The news station learned from the police department that circuit attorney Kim Gardner’s office refused to press charges because of a "lack of evidence" for each count charged. The prosecutor’s office also said the victim refused to assist in the investigation.