Unsatisfied dental patient charged with attempted murder of Tennessee dental employee

A Tennessee patient who was upset she could not get refunded for her dental treatment was charged with attempted first-degree murder after allegedly firing gunshots at a home with people inside, Fox13 Memphis reported May 26. 

Debria Coble, 23, allegedly fired gunshots into the home while driving a car, a witness told the Memphis Police Department. Ten people were inside the house, including a person who allegedly performed dental work on Ms. Coble. No injuries were reported. 

The police were told the shooting was over Ms. Coble's inability to get a refund for the dental work she received.

Ms. Coble is facing 10 charges of attempted first-degree murder, vandalism and employment of a firearm with intent to commit a felony.

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