Alabama last week when he stopped to help what he thought was a stranded motorist on the side of the road.According to the New York Times, Adam Simjee and his girlfriend, Mikayla Paulus, were driving in Talladega National Forest on the morning of Aug. 14 when they stopped to help a woman who flagged them down and claimed her car wouldn’t start.Once the couple were out of the car, the woman, identified as Yasmine Hider, allegedly pulled out a gun and forced the couple to walk back into the woods.
Dennis Rodman says he’ll go to Russia to push for Brittney Griner’s release A statement from the Clay Country Sheriff’s Office, obtained by local television station WBRC, said Simjee then pulled out his own gun and “an exchange of gunfire” led to Hider being shot several times in the torso and Simjee was shot once in the back.Paulus, 20, was not injured in the altercation and tried to revive her boyfriend by administering CPR but he died at the scene, the authorities said.“Adam pulled out his gun and told her to get on the ground and that’s when she started messing around with her gun. It jammed once but they both shot at each other and she was shot a few times and he was shot only once,” Paulus told ABC News.Authorities said Hider appeared to be living with others in the woods and last week she and another woman, Krystal Diane Pinkins, were charged with murder, kidnapping and robbery.According to the Florida Sun Sentinel, Pinkins, 36, had been standing in the woods while Hider allegedly held the couple at gunpoint.
After the shots were fired, Hider called out to Pinkins for help, but Pinkins fled the scene. Human foot inside shoe found in Yellowstone Park hot spring Shortly after, a tracking team from the Alabama Department