Monday, February 24 2014, 11:09 PM MST
Utah Teen in Court For Deadly Shooting Spree
PROVO, Utah (AP&KUTV) — A 17-year-old Utah girl facing murder charges made her initial appearance in district court in Provo in connection with a deadly shooting spree that claimed the life of her boyfriend and a Utah County deputy.
The (Provo) Daily Herald reports Megan Grunwald appeared Monday in a bright yellow jumpsuit with shackled wrists and ankles. Her lawyer, Dean Zabriskie, said he'll address her $1 million cash-only bail at a hearing March 3.
Prosecutors say Grunwald was driving when she and 27-year-old Jose Garcia-Jauregui went on a 50-mile crime spree that included the killing of Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride and wounding of Deputy Greg Sherwood near Eagle Mountain Jan. 30.
Garcia-Juaregui died from injuries sustained during a shootout with Juab County deputies who caught up with the pair south of Nephi.
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