I have to tell you, carjacking in New Mexico and Arizona is just plain outright stupid. Both states have open carry without a permit, or concealed carry. In New Mexico, you can carry concealed without a permit while in your vehicle as it is a conveyance of your home, and the rest of the state with the penalty of usually a petty misdemeanor. I bet this 'lady' doesn't ever do that again! -------------------------------------------------------- Tucson Region Man shoots woman, foils carjacking, police say By Alexis Huicochea and Jamar Younger Arizona Daily Star Tucson, Arizona | Published: 04.24.2009 A woman who tried to carjack a man at gunpoint outside a North Side Walgreens early Thursday was shot and wounded by the man, police said. The man called police around 12:30 a.m. to report he had just shot one of two women who tried to take his car as he waited in the pharmacy drive-through near East Grant and North Swan roads, said Sgt. Fabian Pacheco, a Tucson Police Department spokesman. Pacheco gave this account: The 26-year-old man, whose name was not released, had just left Tucson Medical Center and went to fill a prescription. When he drove back to the drugstore to check on his prescription, two women came up to his car. One was armed with a gun. The woman tried to shoot the man, but he pulled his own gun while she was trying to pull the trigger. Her gun didn't fire for an unknown reason. The man fired his gun twice. One shot grazed her head, and the other struck her in the shoulder. The woman fell to the ground, and the man took her gun away. He drove away and called police from a convenience store at East Pima Street and North Craycroft Road. The wounded woman, whose name was not released, was found at the Walgreens. She was taken to a hospital, where she remained Thursday night. The suspect is expected to recover and will face charges upon her release from the hospital. The other woman was found a short distance away. She will not face any charges, Pacheco said.