KGW article (btw the guy quoted in the last paragraph was misquoted - on the tv news he said it was 'very disturbing', not 'very interesting', as the print version says):
Woman shot by police in Aloha left will
ALOHA, Ore. Police shot a woman in Aloha early Thursday morning after responding to a call that she had a gun and was making a threat.
After the shooting, police found a note in her apartment about what to do with her estate if she died, according to Washington County sheriff's spokesman Sgt. David Thompson.
A woman called 9-1-1 around 2:30 a.m. and said she was in the bushes in the Aloha Park Apartment complex along 185th Avenue, just south of Baseline Road, he said.
Without specifying a victim, she said, she was going to "shoot her." She eventually hung up.
When deputies arrived, they encountered Mary Diershaw, 50, in the parking lot. She had her right hand tucked into a heavy coat and told deputies she had a gun, Thompson said.
Deputies ordered her to show her hands but she did not. She started advancing quickly on the deputies while appearing to pull something out of her coat, Thompson said.
A gunshot hit her once in the right arm as she pulled an object out. It turned out to be a silver-colored comb.
Diershaw was taken to Emanuel Hospital, where she underwent surgery and was listed in serious condition. The bullet appears to have passed through her arm and into her chest.
The note she left in her apartment appears to have been written within 24 hours prior to the encounter, Thompson said.
Mitch Osburi said he heard the shots from a nearby fireworks stand.
"Its pretty interesting that, that could happen right next to us without knowing what was going on," he told KGW.
A detour was set up around the apartment complex on 185th Avenue during the investigation.
There were no other injuries.