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Louisville woman arrested after allegedly killing man who hit her with roll of wrapping paper

LMPD said Zaira Ferraiuolo, 34 and Jason Strombringer, 66, got in a verbal altercation when Strombringer hit Ferraiuolo with a roll of wrapping paper.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A woman has been arrested after allegedly killing a man who hit her with a roll of wrapping paper on Thursday evening. 

Louisville Metro Police responded to a home on the 9600 block of Arrowridge Drive on a report of a shooting around 7:30 p.m. 

According to an arrest citation, 34-year-old Zaira Ferraiuolo and 66-year-old Jason Strombringer got in a verbal altercation and Strombringer hit Ferraiuolo with a roll of wrapping paper.

The citation states that she told police she "killed someone" and that she was the only other person present at the home.  Additionally, documents said that Ferraiuolo left the home and later returned. 

When LMPD arrived, they found Strombringer suffering from a gunshot wound. 

EMS was called to the scene and pronounced him dead. 

Police said they arrested Ferraiuolo and charged her with murder.

LMPD’s Homicide Unit is handling the investigation.

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