A woman accused of pulling a gun on a paramedic in the back of an ambulance was bound over to trial Tuesday.

24-year-old Justine Dubois appeared in Douglas County Court on Tuesday for her preliminary hearing.

Dubois was arrested July 1, accused of driving a stolen car, but then appeared to have a seizure in the police car.

Police say that while paramedics were taking Dubois to a hospital, she pulled a gun and started making threats. Both Dubois and an Omaha firefighter were wounded by gunfire in a struggle.

Dubois is charged with assault, making terroristic threats, using a gun to commit a crime and stealing a car.

In court on Tuesday, prosecutors said officials believe Dubois hid the .357 revolver in a wadded-up shirt that she had in the waistband of her pants.


No date for a trial has yet been set.