The Navajo Nation is suing the federal government and the City of Winslow over the death of a woman who was shot by a police officer back in 2016. The tribe filed its lawsuit this week in U.S. District Court on behalf of Loreal Tsingine’s daughter. Video footage shows Tsingine involved in an altercation with officers with Winslow Police back on March 27th, 2016. Two officers attempted to stop her after several alleged robberies at an area Circle K. Body cam video shows Tsingine approaching Officer Austin Shipley in an angry matter with what appears to be scissors in her right hand. Authorities say Shipley told Tsingine several times to drop the scissors and she refused. She was shot by police five times and was pronounced dead at the scene. No charges were filed against the officer. The lawsuit alleges violations of civil and constitutional rights and seeks unspecified damages.