Woman involved in shootout with Cudahy police sentenced to 10 years in prison
CUDAHY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A woman who shot at Cudahy police officers in March was sentenced Tuesday, July 27.
Brandi Bacon pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree intentional homicide and was sentenced to 10 years initial confinement, with five years of extended supervision.
According to a criminal complaint, officers were called to a duplex on Pennsylvania Avenue in Cudahy on March 13, for an intoxicated woman firing a gun.
Police located Bacon underneath a bush outside.
When asked to come out, the complaint says Bacon opened fire at officers.
Officers returned fire, striking Bacon in the abdomen. No officers were injured.
In a statement to authorities, Bacon admitted to consuming multiple bottles of wine, using cocaine and smoking marijuana.
She said she didn't have a recollection of the events but admitted to having a firearm with her that night.