A couple in Arkansas is under arrest after they allegedly got into a car chase and fired a gun at their daughter, police said.
Unique Farmer told officers that on Feb. 12 her father, Torrance Farmer, Sr., 47, began sending her threatening messages and said $1,500 he had was missing, ArkansasOnline.com reported, citing a police report.
As a result, Unique Farmer said, she and her boyfriend, Marlon Gonder, checked into a Motel 6 in Fayetteville.
As the couple left the motel the following morning around 10 a.m., the police report states, the woman’s parents, Torrance Farmer and Latoya Samuels, 41, arrived in a Chevrolet Impala and Unique Farmer allegedly saw her father holding a weapon outside the vehicle’s passenger-side window.
As Unique Farmer and her boyfriend, Gonder, drove away from the hotel, her parents began following them, she said.
A short distance later, according to the report, Unique Farmer and Gonder heard two gunshots. The two were able to escape when the parents got stuck in traffic.
A short time later, Fayetteville police got into a car chase with the suspects and eventually them pulled over without incident.
During the chase, police claimed, officers allegedly saw someone in the car throw a black-and-silver handgun from the passenger-side window.
Torrance Farmer faces several charges, including stalking, terroristic threatening, unlawful discharge of firearm from vehicle, possession of firearm by certain persons, fleeing and tampering with physical evidence.
Samuels is accused of stalking, terroristic threatening, fleeing, and multiple traffic violations.