Some charges dropped in NC deputy's wounding

The Associated Press

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LEXINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped some charges against a woman accused in the wounding of a Davidson County sheriff's deputies last year.

The Dispatch of Lexington reported (http://bit.ly/1hQ4jXg ) that the Davidson County grand jury has indicted 27-year-old Terina Lane billings of East Bend and 25-year-old David Poole of Winston-Salem on a number of charges in the Dec. 19 shooting.

District Attorney Garry Frank said six counts of attempted first-degree murder were dropped against Billings. She's charged with armed robbery and burglary.

Poole is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, possession of a gun by a convicted felon, six counts of attempted first-degree murder, six counts of assault with a gun on a law enforcement officer and other charges.

Deputy Charles Goforth III was shot in the leg.

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Information from: The Dispatch, http://www.the-dispatch.com

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