A Culver City woman accused of shooting at her husband and a woman in a car in the parking lot of a Manhattan Beach hotel could face up to 54 years to life in state prison if convicted of attempted murder and other felony charges, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
Sharday Ebony Tinker, 33, pleaded not guilty Thursday to two attempted murder counts and one count of shooting at an occupied motor vehicle. The criminal complaint includes allegations that she used a handgun and that she has prior felony convictions.
Tinker allegedly drove up to a parked vehicle and fired shots at her husband and the woman, who were inside the car, at 3:14 a.m. Tuesday, according to Deputy District Attorney Emily Chai.
Officers who were dispatched to the Residence Inn at 1700 N. Sepulveda Blvd. determined that no one had been struck, according to Manhattan Beach police Sgt. Tim Zins.
Tinker was arrested late Tuesday afternoon by Manhattan Beach police and has remained behind bars since then.
She is due back in a Torrance courtroom Oct. 23 for a hearing to determine if there is sufficient evidence to allow the case against her to proceed to trial.
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