A Logan County native, Neely Petrie-Blanchard, 33, of Pensacola, Fla., was arrested Monday in connection to a Sunday night shooting that left Christopher Hallett, 50, dead in Ocala, Fla.

Hallet ran a company called E-Clause LLC. According to reports, Petrie-Blanchard and Hallett are proponents of the “sovereign citizen” theory, which questions government authority over individuals.

The arrest report states that Petrie-Blanchard may have been upset because she thinks Hallett was working against her or working to help the government keep her children away from her.

Petrie-Blanchard was indicted by a Logan County Grand Jury on Nov. 17, 2020, for custodial interference and persistent felony offender, 2nd degree in connection with her taking her twin daughters on March 20, 2020, from her mother’s home in Russellville who has custody of them. She was also arrested in 2013 after taking another one of her children from a South Carolina elementary school when she did not have legal custody of that child.

Petrie-Blanchard was arrested in Lowndes County, Ga., and awaits extradition back to Marion County, Fla. where she will face a murder charge.