published Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Colorado girlfriend of accused Chattanooga cop-killer indicted

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    Jesse Ray Mathews, who is accused of shooting and killing Chattanooga police Sgt. Tim Chapin during a botched robbery, leaves the courtroom after appearing before Judge Barry Steelman.
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CHATTANOOGA – The ex-girlfriend of the man accused of killing a Chattanooga police officer has been indicted by a federal grand jury.

Thirty-year-old Amber Vlasak-Hudson was indicted on September 15 in Colorado on charges of aiding and abetting a fugitive and accessory after the fact.

According to the indictment, Vlasak-Hudson rented a motel room to hide Jesse Mathews following and armed robbery of a pawn shop in Colorado Springs.

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