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Longmont woman accused of shooting man in the back takes plea deal, sentenced to probation

May 3—A Longmont woman accused of shooting a man in the back in November took a plea deal Friday and was sentenced to two years of probation.

Nedra Webb, 36, appeared out of custody Friday and pleaded responsible to one added depend of reckless endangerment, a misdemeanor. All different expenses have been dropped.

As half of the settlement, Webb was sentenced to two years of probation and required to undergo a home violence analysis and therapy. Webb will even not be allowed to possess firearms as half of the probation.

“I understand the severity for what I did,” Webb mentioned in court docket. “I’m so sorry for what I did.”

According to the affidavit, police responded to a report of a shooting on Linden Street round 6 a.m. Nov. 28. When they arrived at the scene, a man advised the officers he had been shot in the back and Webb was seen holding stress on the wound.

When the responding officers requested what occurred, the man refused to clarify however mentioned he did not need to die. He was then transported to the hospital for his accidents, the place he recounted the shooting.

Police famous in the affidavit that the man mentioned he was strolling round fifteenth Avenue with a woman. He dipped into an alley heading towards Linden Street when he received knocked down by the gunshot. The man mentioned he did not recall a lot about the shooting however mentioned it was not Webb who shot him.

But in accordance to the police report, Ring digicam footage confirmed Webb guiding the man away from the entrance door towards the storage, saying she didn’t need to go to jail. After Webb persistently requested him to sit in entrance of the storage, the man mentioned, “you (expletive) shot me, you can’t listen to me?”

A witness mentioned they then heard Webb calling for somebody to name 911.

When Longmont police served the search warrant and assessed the crime scene, they situated an unused 9 mm bullet inside her purse and located what appeared to be blood proof.

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