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A domestic dispute ended in one woman’s death, the accused was arraigned Monday.

Jul 24, 2013 -- 8:59am

Two woman argued Friday about going to work, and now one is dead and the other remains in jail.  A Cape Girardeau woman accused of first degree involuntary manslaughter was arraigned Monday.  29-year-old Angelia Hanson allegedly backed an SUV over 43-year-old Jody Lane during an argument early Friday morning in downtown Cape.  Police reports show the two women were in a romantic relationship, and had quarreled over going to work.  Hanson said they left their home on North Fountain, only to return as the argument progressed. Lane exited the driver’s side of the vehicle and gave Hanson the keys.  The report says that Hanson has a suspended driver’s license, and quickly backed the vehicle out to leave, running over Lane.  Hanson stated to police that she thought she had backed over a curb, and did not realize she had hit Lane until she looked back in the rear view mirror.  Police responded to the scene, and found Lane unresponsive, she was later pronounced dead at the hospital.  Hanson was charged with a felony for being a prior and persistent offender, having pled guilty to felony charges of drug possession in 2011 and assaulting a law enforcement officer in 2005.  She remains in the Cape county jail on a $100,000 bond.

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