THOMASVILLE — A woman who surrendered in Camilla on Monday night was being sought by several law enforcement agencies.
Pelham police notified the Thomas County Sheriff's Office on Friday, Oct. 8, that 25-year-old D'Ambria Nysha Hundley was live on social media threatening the lives of three people at her Thomasville place of employment.
The person who reported the situation gave the wrong place of employment, said Capt. Tim Watkins, sheriff's office chief investigator.
Sheriff's office and Thomasville Police Department officers put the reported workplace under surveillance. Officers learned the suspect was brandishing a firearm in the live social media post.
"She actually went to her place of employment. She was gone when we got there," Watkins said.
Thomasville, Pelham and Camilla officers searched for Hundley.
The suspect, who lives on Church Street in Camilla, surrendered Monday night at the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office.
She was transported to the Thomas County Jail and charged with three counts of terroristic threats and acts. Hundley was released on bond.
Watkins said the firearm Hundley brandished in the video has not been found.
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