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Daniel Harmon-Wright, 32, of Gainesville, was charged with murder and other gun charges in the Feb. 9 shooting of 54-year-old Patricia Ann Cook. His mother, Bethany P. Sullivan, 55, of Orange, was charged with three counts of forgery of public documents for attempting to purge the records while she was an administrative secretary to the police chief.
Special prosecutor Jim Fisher, in opposing bail, revealed more about that fateful Feb. 9 day than has been heard before. According to Fisher, Fauquier County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Harmon-Wright fired his department-issued Glock seven times that fateful day, two at the driver’s side window behind which Cook was sitting, inflicting non-fatal wounds.
Harmon-Wright allegedly fired five more times as Cook attempted to drive away.
“He stepped into the street behind the motor vehicle and fired an additional five shots,” Fisher said.
One of the bullets hit the back of Cook’s head, lodging in her brain and another fatal shot severed her spine, going into her heart and lungs, Fisher said. The bullets came through the rear of Cook’s Jeep Wrangler, Fisher said, through the headrest and back of the seat in which she was sitting.