TAMPA, Fla. - Cortnee Brantley, the woman charged with fleeing the scene after Dontae Morris allegedly shot two Tampa police officers, was released to house arrest on Friday.
Wherever Brantley went, the media followed. She was released just before noon and was swarmed by reporters and photographers. But Brantley answered no questions.
Her attorney Grady Irvin told ABC Action News reporter Rebecca Medina, "She's not gonna answer any questions so don't waste your time!"
She's been locked up and held without bail since her July 2nd arrest.
Shortly after she arrived at her mother's house in Seffner, which is where she'll remain on house arrest, representatives from the U.S. Marshall's Office arrived to install her ankle monitoring device.
When Brantley was asked, "Do you have anything to say to the officer's families?"
Irvin responded, "Will you stop asking that question? If she has anything to say she'll say it to the families not to you! Be polite."
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