Paragraphs 14 through 19 read: "When an officer asked her what happened, she said, 'I got signs from God, he told me to distribute the world order information,' according to the arrest-warrant affidavit."
"She told the officer that Brasch was her 'closest friend'."
"When asked why she shot him, Robbins replied, 'I was expecting someone else to come in' and that God told her to shoot."
"The document also states that Robbins indicated she was taking medication for depression ."
"Robbins' Facebook page shows a range of emotions in the evening before the shooting."
" 'Today I am happy, because I thought of you,' Robbins posted at 6:57 p.m. Tuesday.
" 'I am really confused and I pray for guidance,' she wrote at midnight."
" 'Paranoia big destroya going to bed,' Robbins wrote in her last posting at 12:03 a.m. Wednesday."
SSRI Stories note: In the Physicians Desk Reference paranoia is listed as an infrequent [but not rare] side effect of medications for depression. Abnormal thinking is also listed as an infrequent side effect for these antidepressants in the PDR.
A Dallas woman told police that God told her to shoot her longtime co-worker Wednesday morning at a Carrollton pest control business.
Theresa Gail Robbins, 48, was arrested on suspicion of killing Greg Brasch, a McKinney husband and father who was described as "friend to anybody," including the woman accused of shooting him once in the chest with a handgun.
"Afterwards she put the gun down and didn't threaten anyone else," Carrollton police Officer Dustin Bartram said Thursday. "She put the gun down and sat in another co-worker's office and waited for police to arrive."