ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A woman is OK after being shot in the back with an arrow at an Albuquerque dog park Wednesday night.
Albuquerque police say around 7:11 p.m. they were called out to the Santa Fe Village Dog Park near Montano and Unser regarding a 47-year-old woman who had been hit in the back with an arrow.
Officers arrived to find the woman conscious and breathing, but with an arrow protruding from her back. She was transported to a nearby hospital and is said to be in stable condition.
Investigators located a nearby residence in which a father and son were target practicing with bows and arrows – and admitted to having mis-shot one of the arrows – but didn't realize that arrow had gone through the fence.
APD says the father and son were cooperative with investigators.
The District Attorney will decide whether any charges should be filed.
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