Just hours after her son allegedly opened fire on a local LGBTQ+ nightclub, the mother of accused Colorado Springs mass shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
However, she “continued to make unreasonable noise directly next to multiple apartments,” according to the document, which lists her Union Boulevard address in Colorado Springs.
When she was arrested around 3:30 a.m. on Nov. 20, Voepel became combative and physically resisted, according to a police officer.
She was charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, and disorderly conduct, an “unclassified petty offense.”
It is unclear what she was apparently yelling about.
One of Voepel’s neighbors told CBS News that they’d previously heard shouting coming from the woman’s apartment or nearby.
Hours earlier, her non-binary son Anderson Lee Aldrich allegedly opened fire inside Club Q, killing five people and wounding 17 others.
The suspect was ordered held without bond at their first court appearance Wednesday.
Voepel had previous run-ins with the law, including involving three outstanding warrants for her arrest in California.
She also faced an arson charge in Bexar County, Texas, which was reduced to a lesser charge.
Voepel was reportedly sentenced to five years probation in August 2013.
The mother was not booked into jail on the most recent charges. Her next court appearance for the Nov. 20 summons is scheduled for Jan. 25.