Women Charged With Repeatedly Tasing Man

March 23, 2012

A woman and her friend were arrested for allegedly kicking and repeatedly tasing a man in armed disturbance in Walnut Hill.

Windy Hall Hudson, age 28 of Century, and Wanda R. McGhee, age 44 of Atmore, were both charged with felony aggravated battery using a deadly weapon after the incident.

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office responded to an armed disturbance on Rigby Road where the victim said he was sitting on the porch with his girlfriend and the homeowner. He told deputies that McGhee, who is his estranged wife, along with Hudson and a man he knew only as “Slick” pulled up in the driveway. He said “Slick” headed toward him in an agitated state and punched him in the face and then grabbed him around the neck in a chokehold, according to an arrest report.

While the victim was down on the ground in the chokehold, a witness told deputies that McGhee began to use a taser to tase the victim repeatedly while Hudson kicked him. The witness said Hudson grabbed the taser and also tased the victim. “Slick” and the two women then left the residence.

Deputies later made contact with the women at the Grey Goose Lounge on Highway 97. Hudson refused to answer questions, while McGhee told deputies that her estranged husband had swung at the unnamed male first, starting the fight.

Both women refused to provide the identity of the man known as “Slick”, according to their arrest reports. But the Sheriff’s Office was able to determine the man’s possible identity and are seeking a warrant for his arrest.

Hall was released from the Escambia County Jail on $10,000 bond, while McGhee was released on a $5,000 bond.


26 Responses to “Women Charged With Repeatedly Tasing Man”

  1. JIMW on March 26th, 2012 4:11 pm

    @Jerry A call it what you want but the fact they kept tazing so many times could stop your heart. There is no way to tell if someone has a device or not until they tell you. I highly suspect if you shot or attemped to shoot someone who had one they would let you know immediately. I’m just saying you have a right to have the weapon but please be responsible with it just as you should be with any other weapon. I am a definate supporter of the 2nd Amendment! But it was obvious these two people got carried away with tazing.

  2. Michael on March 25th, 2012 5:20 pm

    And to all you idiots the a taser is a deadly weapon when your using it to cause harm like these fools the police use it to keep harm from them selfs and others but if your going to use it just to cause pain it should be jail time

  3. SDH on March 24th, 2012 11:02 pm

    terrible what thses 3 did to the victum coming to his home and starting trouble where none was to be found i say prosecute to the fullest

  4. SDH on March 24th, 2012 10:46 pm

    “SLICK” you can RUN but you will be found…cant believe the example these women are setting for thier own children and grandchildren…I hope and pary they ALL are prosecuted to the fullest…I hear the victum got in a few good licks after he broken free funny it took 3 on 1 not excately an even fight not that i think the victum would ever hit or abuse a woman he was raised better than that

  5. 429SCJ on March 24th, 2012 7:07 am

    If these people had driven a vehicle onto my property, assaulted my guest. I don’t know about them, but that vehicle would have been sitting on four flats, no glass and a body full of holes, faster than you can say get off my property. They want shock, How about hydrodynamic shock!

  6. Baggzz on March 24th, 2012 4:14 am

    Not Slick…

  7. Dola on March 24th, 2012 2:43 am

    I totally agree with the comment made my Alice Harris! AMEN! Also, Wendy… Should have called me if ya needed backup over here on my side woods woman! Peace!

  8. SW on March 23rd, 2012 10:15 pm

    A baseball bat in the hand of a person accused is a deadly weapon, too, but not when in the hand of the baseball player.

    The same can be said of a car; accused, vs race car driver…or a razor-accused vs barber.

    Frying pan (accused vs chef)…

    This could go on for a while.

  9. Amy352 on March 23rd, 2012 8:17 pm

    I know of the younger perp. Frequently in places a young mother need not be. As for Slick, I can just about tell you he is identified. I know this man and he showed up to work the other day with a shiner and cut under is eye. Slick isn’t so slick after all. Jumpin Jack Flash, huh? Guess she was trying to rekindle a romance. Trying to put the spark back in their marriage.

  10. David Huie Green on March 23rd, 2012 7:55 pm

    “Law enforcement go thru training so why should civilians not go thru one.”

    How quickly we forget the Second Amendment: “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. ”

    Yes, a taser is electronic but the second amendment doesn’t limit based on that. Yes, it is less lethal than a well used musket, but the second amendment doesn’t limit rights based on that.

    Nobody has to pass a test to own arms. They can be prosecuted if they misuse them, but that’s a separate question.

    David for better living through electricity

  11. Jerry A on March 23rd, 2012 6:11 pm

    @ JIM W. Do you actually believe that any amount of training is going to educate the taser user to recognize if someone has one of the medical conditions you mentioned. Training to educate us how to recognize if someone has a defibrillator or pace maker, preposterous!

  12. Ben Thar on March 23rd, 2012 5:31 pm

    “I think these people are charged correctly!”

    I think you could say they are “positively charged.”

  13. Panhandlepix on March 23rd, 2012 3:10 pm

    Looks like two slick outstanding north end citizens.

  14. DAGB on March 23rd, 2012 2:01 pm

    Alice Harris- Law Enforcement uses this less lethal tool to stop aggressive behavior not to intentionally cause harm repeatedly. What a lack of thought comment.

  15. JIM W on March 23rd, 2012 1:32 pm

    This is a dangerous weapon without question. Which is why you should be required to have an educational class for certification prior to purchasing one. Law enforcement go thru traing so why should civilans not go thru one. For those who may have heart problems and implants like defibulators and pace makers this can be deadly. There is no way of knowing if a person has these problems on the surface which is why you need to be trained and stop to think about what your about to do. No different from having a pistol on your hip. Just saying common sense should be exercised when using these kinds of things.
    So, in conclusion I think these people are charged correctly! So far as slick the long arm of the law will sooner or later catch him no matter how slick he is.

  16. molino jim on March 23rd, 2012 12:55 pm

    @ Alice Harris—- If the taser or other LEO equipment (batons, pepper spray and so on) are “misused” by an officer they can be charged like anyone else. “Love” makes people do odd things— if you want a new girl friend or wife it’s best to get rid of the old one first.

  17. jb on March 23rd, 2012 10:48 am

    He punched him and went right to the headlock and to the ground…pretty SLICK :-) .

  18. jb on March 23rd, 2012 10:46 am

    They cant find him cause he’s too slick

  19. Jerry on March 23rd, 2012 9:54 am

    My opinion is that this arrest will be changed to exclude the deadly weapon category. A taser is considered a less than deadly weapon. In Florida it is permissible for citizens to carry tasers concealed and use them when threatened. However since these “ladies” and “Slick” approached the ex, it would appear that they came there with the intent to start something. I can say that if they had approached me in that threatening manner I in all likelihood would have shot someone as I have a CCW and I do not go anywhere without it.

    And before anyone goes all ballistic on me, yes I am well aware that there has been deaths due to the use of a taser. However these are few and far between.

  20. sunshine on March 23rd, 2012 8:43 am

    Alice Harris

    Law enforcement should be allowed to use a taser, if needed. The person accused should NOT. There is something wrong with our society when we choose to break the law and we as members of society condone it.

  21. seriously? on March 23rd, 2012 8:40 am

    to alice harris:
    seriously? Get over yourself. Your blatant lack of respect for authority is obvious in your statement. They were not exactly using the taser to tickle the victim. Maybe police officers should stop using tasers and go back to only using their pistols and just aim for the kneecap; then we wouldn’t be able to consider it a deadly weapon either. (please note the sarcasm)

  22. hmmm on March 23rd, 2012 8:34 am

    That’s why they call him “Slick”…

  23. NHF on March 23rd, 2012 8:21 am

    It would SCARE me to death to be attacked by these two women, But they really didn’t need Slick , By the way ,Where is Slick !

  24. well on March 23rd, 2012 7:16 am


  25. I'm not Slick... on March 23rd, 2012 6:31 am

    anybody seen Slick?

  26. Alice Harris on March 23rd, 2012 6:22 am

    Interesting that a taser is a deadly weapon in the hand of a person accused, but not when in the hand of a law enforcement officer.

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