Two women have been arrested in Illinois on charges they were in the process of playing a game that used anomiae.
The Springfield News-Sun reported that a 22-year-old woman was arrested and charged with a Class D felony of “intentionally creating ananomaly,” a Class A felony for “creating a device to create an anomaly,” and a Class B felony for possession of an anomian device.
The newspaper reported that the woman was also charged with possessing a “card game,” a device for playing an anomic game, and two devices for “playing an anomatic game.”
The Springfield police department did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment on the charges.
In an email to ABC affiliate WBBM-TV, Springfield Police Chief Thomas P. Collins said, “I want to take this opportunity to say that the Springfield Police Department takes all of its reports seriously.
The department is always looking for ways to reduce the risks to citizens and their loved ones, and to enhance public safety.”
A Springfield Police officer responded to the scene of a shooting on Friday, Oct. 16, 2018, in Springfield, Illinois.
A woman and her boyfriend were found dead in a home in Springfield on Thursday, Oct 14, 2018.
A man who was shot by a Springfield police officer after an argument over a game of anomials is in stable condition after undergoing surgery, the Springfield police said in a statement on Friday.
The victim, identified as 28-year old Jeremy Johnson, was shot in the back and shoulder, according to police.
The suspect, identified by police as 30-year -old Joseph P. Daugherty, was taken into custody after being taken into the hospital and being treated.
Police did not provide a motive for the shooting.
Police said Daugbery was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated discharge of a firearm, a Class 1 felony.
A court date has not been set.