Woman charged with seven counts regarding officer-involved shooting at Whole Foods

Crime

(Courtesy: Sedgwick County Jail)

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Danielle Robinson of Salina, 31, appeared in court Friday, Oct. 8 facing charges for an officer-involved shooting.

Police arrested Robinson Monday, Oct. 4.

A District Court Judge has charged her with the following:

  1. Attempted murder in the 1st degree; Intentional and premeditated (FE1)
  2. Aggrevated assault of LEO; Use of a deadly weapon (FE6)
  3. Aggrevated assault of LEO; Use of a deadly weapon (FE6)
  4. Attempted aggravated robbery; Armed w/ dangerous weapon (FE5)
  5. Aggrevated assault; Use of a deadly weapon (FE7)
  6. Aggrevated assault; Use of a deadly weapon (FE7)
  7. Criminal possession of a weapon by felon; Certain felonies w/in 10 yrs (FE8)

Wichita police officers say Robinson was involved in the officer-involved shooting Monday, Oct. 4 at Whole Foods in east Wichita.

Robinson will be back in court Oct. 14. Her bond is set at $250,000.

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