SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake woman is facing a long list of charges after allegedly shooting at a house, fleeing from police and causing a head-on car crash that broke both of her legs last year.
Caysee Rai Rebolloso, 28, was charged Thursday in 3rd District Court with 36 counts of felony discharge of a firearm, a second-degree felony, in connection with a drive-by shooting that occurred in Salt Lake City in May 2018, according to court documents.
The shooting, caught on tape by a neighbor's surveillance camera, was heard by a Salt Lake police detective who followed the vehicle, the charges state. Police later found 29 rifle casings and seven 9 mm casings at the house.
Court documents state the driver refused to stop and the pursuit ceased "due to safety reasons."
Shortly after, Rebolloso fled east in the westbound lanes on state Route 201 and crashed into another vehicle head on. The driver of the vehicle that was hit "suffered severe injuries and has undergone multiple surgeries" as a result of the crash, court documents state.
When police arrived on scene, Rebolloso was sitting in the back seat with broken legs and told officers the driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot, the charges state. Additional information about the men was not immediately available, police said.1 comment on this story
However, a passenger of the vehicle told officers Rebolloso was the driver and two men were in the back seat who fled on foot after the accident, according to court documents. Salt Lake police said Friday there is no additional information about the men who fled the scene of the crash.
The driver's side floorboard was collapsed inward, whereas the other floorboards were intact, court documents state.
Rebolloso is also charged with failure to stop or respond at command of police, a second-degree felony, and obstructing justice, a third-degree felony. Her initial court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday.