"She belongs in jail where she can't hurt somebody else"
Her mother - like many others - is actually feeling a measure of relief that her daughter is now in an Arizona jail - because perhaps now, she will get help, or treatment, or at least be kept safe.
"I knew it was coming," [Lorrie] Hanneman said. "I told the police officer I talked to on the last time that she's become a danger to herself and others. She's not afraid to die right now. I honestly believe she wants to die, so I just keep waiting for that phone call that she's dead."
"If I can't help her, then she belongs in jail where she can't hurt somebody else. What else can I do?"