A suburban Chicago woman has been charged after she allegedly posted on Facebook that she would shoot any police officer who pulled her over and ordered her out of car.
Jenesis Reynolds, 24, was arrested at her Evergreen Park home Friday and charged with disorderly conduct, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Reynolds is reportedly accused of posting a message on her Facebook page that read, “all I know is if the police stops and request me to get out of the car I'm shooting instantly. It may not solve anything and yes I will die but Jenesis will be revelation for my people.”
She also allegedly said she was “willing to take one for the team.”
"I have no problem shooting a cop for simple traffic stop cuz they'd have no problem doing it to me,” she wrote, according to the Tribune.
The post comes on the heels of the sniper attack in Dallas that killed five police officers and injured seven others Thursday. A gunman ambushed the officers at a peaceful protest against nationwide police-involved shootings.
Police say officers have also been targeted in Tennessee, Georgia and Missouri in the aftermath of two high-profile killings of black men by law enforcement officials.
Philando Castile, 32, was fatally shot during a traffic stop Wednesday in Minnesota, the aftermath of his death published live on social media. Alton Sterling, 37, was shot Tuesday while officers tried to arrest him in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His shooting death was caught on camera and garnered national attention.