Afghan police chief alleges US troops wound female bomb suspect

US soldiers shot and wounded a suspected female bomber as they took over custody of her from Afghan police, a police official alleged Friday. Gen. Khan Mohammad Mujahid, police chief in central Ghazni province, said the woman and a 12-year-old boy were taken into Afghan custody Thursday evening in Ghazni city. The woman, believed to be Pakistani, was later taken by the American soldiers, he said. Mujahid initially said the police argued with the Americans over giving up custody. But he later said there was no argument and that the woman lunged at one of the US soldiers, sparking the gunshot. US military officials said they did not immediately have comment.