TAMPA - The week-long manhunt for a woman accused of attempted murder is finally over after police went to question her attorney and she answered the door.
Vanessa Musson is the last of three people arrested in connection with the brutal attack and robbery of a Moon Lake man and and his neighbor. Investigators arrested Bobbie Jo Curtis and her teenage son shortly after the assault.
After a week of searching for Musson, who authorities considered armed and dangerous, officers went to question her attorney at his home in Tampa. Police say he had previously stated he had no knowledge of Musson.
When officers knocked on the door, Musson came to the door and she was arrested without incident, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
ABC Action News have identified her attorney as Joseph Bohren. He was seen leaving his apartment late Friday.
"I can't talk to you about this, I'm sorry," he said as he got into his car and left.
Neighbors described Bohren as a quiet man who kept to himself. We found he's been arrested twice in the past, for charges of drug possession and drunk driving.
As of now, he's a free man.
"If there needs to be more arrests made on this, we'll definitely make them," said Sgt. Sharon Foshey with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies along with the U.S. Marshal's Service have been working around the clock for the last week to locate Musson. Foshey said it's too early to know how long Musson had been hiding in the apartment.
"We're very happy that we're able to put this last person to jail," she said.
At last check, the victim of the initial attack was in critical condition. His neighbor is back home but suffered a broken jaw and concussion.
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