Craig woman charged with first-degree attempted murder

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A 49-year-old Craig woman who allegedly shot her boyfriend last week was advised Tuesday in Moffat County Court on a three-count complaint filed by the District

Attorney's office.

Sandra Moore, who appeared with her public defender via video link at the Moffat County Jail, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and prohibited use of a weapon.

Moore faces up to 48 years in state prison if convicted on the attempted murder charge.

Public defender Sheryl Uhlmann said she intended to request a preliminary hearing for her client in Moffat County Court -- while at Uhlmann's request Judge Mary Lynne James will hear arguments for reduced bond April 15.

Moore is being held at the jail on $250,000 bond.

Craig police arrested her Thursday night in a trailer home near her 1679 Yampa Ave. residence after allegedly firing two gunshots at her boyfriend, 48-year-old Ron Wyatt.

Wyatt suffered one wound to the chest and he was still listed in stable condition Tuesday afternoon at The Memorial Hospital.

Paul Shockley can be reached at 824-7031 or at pshockley@craigdailypress.com.

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