A woman who police say killed a 22-year-old man after allegedly pretending to be a stranded motorist in an Alabama forest has been charged with murder 

robbery and kidnapping, according to online police records posted Thursday. 

Yasmine Hider, 20, was allegedly posing as a stranded motorist in the Talladega National Forest in eastern Alabama on Aug. 14 when Adam Simjee, 22 

Mikayla Paulus, 20, decided to pull over to assist, police said in a statement on Aug. 15, according to The Associated Press 

The statement from the sheriff’s office has since been taken down. 

Hider pulled out a gun and forced the pair into the woods and attempted to rob them, according to the AP. 

A shootout between Simjee, who police say also had a gun, and Hider ensued, which left Simjee dead and Hider injured, the AP reported. 

Hider was airlifted to a hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, and underwent multiple surgeries, the AP reported 

Hider was booked on Wednesday at the Clay County Jail and charged with murder, robbery and kidnapping, according to online records from the Clay County Sheriff's Office. 

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