The girlfriend of the suspect in the shooting and death of a Scott County deputy, Steven Sheangshang, has been arrested.

Officers who testified Friday in Fayette District Court officially identified Monica Hardin and claimed that she saw the entire violent spree from beginning to end.

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She is suspected of stealing a 1971 Chevy El Camino just three days prior to the incident, according to WLWT, and is currently fighting those charges in Clermont County, Ohio.

Sheangshang is accused of several crimes in Kentucky, including the murder of a police officer, robbery, and first-degree assault, in relation to two shootings and numerous alleged car thefts that took place last Monday. According to court documents, he is suspected of shooting Scott County sheriff’s deputy Caleb Conley to death after a traffic check on I-75, robbing a couple at gunpoint of their van at a Scott County residence, then traveling to Fayette County where he allegedly shot another man and stole his vehicle.

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Conley had been with the Scott County Sheriff’s Department for four years. Prior to that, he served his country for eight years in the United States Army.

No charges have been brought against Hardin in relation to the gunshots or car thefts from the previous week.

According to court documents, she admitted entering the garage with Sheangshang before following in a different car while the El Camino was driven to Cincinnati and sold.

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She was detained at the Franklin County Jail after being taken into custody by Kentucky State Police on a $10,000 cash-only bond following her arrest for an out-of-state warrant.

WKYT has received confirmation from KSP that Hardin worked for the agency as a civilian from April 2012 until November 2018.