FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Cumming police arrested a Woodstock woman accused of threatening to kill a resident along Meadow Drive during an Oct. 17 argument.

Natasha Monique Cothren, 49, was charged with disorderly conduct. According to police, the victim told officers Cothren visited her home from time to time. She said Cothren went on a “crazy” tangent during one of the visits and repeatedly threatened to kill her.

When police questioned Cothren, she accused the victim of threatening her, due to her medication dosage. But officers said Cothren made several bizarre statements and gave them a false last name when they asked her to identify herself.

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