Fargo mother accused of threatening to shoot police officers

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A Fargo woman accused of calling an ambulance to take her children to school is facing a felony terrorizing charge for allegedly threatening police officers.

Authorities allege 30-year-old Dana Lee called 911 on Monday morning, requesting an ambulance to take her 2- and 6-year-old children to school, citing strong winds. Police say she later threatened to shoot officers who responded to her home.

Lee faces a felony charge that carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. She could enter a plea during a Nov. 12 hearing.

The Associated Press requested comment from defense attorney Nicholas Thornton.