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Woman pleads guilty in 2013 Salt Lake shootout with police
Courts » She also admits to robbery; other charges dropped.


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Inside the sedan that Chotia-Thompson was accused of driving in several of the crimes, police purportedly found slugs, a gun holster, bank receipts, checkbooks, ski masks, jackets, gloves, hats, binoculars, wigs, bolt cutters, needles, a syringe and jackets.

Chotia-Thompson was originally charged with first-degree felony attempted aggravated murder, aggravated burglary and four counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of second-degree felony attempted aggravated robbery, third-degree felony attempted theft and tampering with evidence, and misdemeanor failure to respond to an officer and failure to stop at an officer’s command.

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She has remained in custody at the Salt Lake County Jail for more than a year.

This story has been changed to reflect a clarification that cleared up which of the women had been driving and which had been shooting during the incident for which Sandra Chotia-Thompson was charged with attempted aggravated murder.

mlang@sltrib.com

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