A lawyer for a Stamford, Conn., woman killed by police after a car chase outside the U.S. Capitol is requesting a Justice Department investigation.
The calls made to police by Carey, 34, from her Stamford condo paint a disturbing picture of a new mother.
Speakers at Miriam Carey’s funeral Tuesday tried to give more insight into the person widely known as the young woman killed by police in Washington after she tried to ram her car through a White House barrier.
The wake for Miriam Carey will be held Monday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Grace Funeral Chapels. Her funeral will be Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Police found no weapon or apparent evidence of motive while searching the car of a Stamford, Conn., woman who was fatally shot by police.
Blumenthal said he was awaiting the results of an investigation before drawing any conclusions. But he said the location of the incident heightened tensions.
Authorities said Miriam Carey, of Stamford Conn., set off a high-speed car chase that put the Capitol on lockdown Thursday and caused a fresh panic in a city where a gunman killed 12 people two weeks ago.
U.S. Capitol Police who responded to incident are currently working unpaid due to federal government shutdown.