Woman accused of shooting at people riding ATVs found guilty of all charges

MARSHALL COUNTY, KY — A Marshall County woman charged with shooting at people riding ATVs on her property was found guilty on all charges Wednesday.

The Marshall County Tribune-Courier reported on their Facebook page that Bonita Walker was found guilty of four counts of wanton endangerment 2nd degree, one count of wanton endangerment 1st degree, and two counts of criminal mischief 3rd degree.

Deputies say earlier this year, she shot at four people riding ATVs on her property, narrowly missing one rider.

The jury is recommending a one year sentence. She will be back in court in January for sentencing.

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