Ventura Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Attempted Murder For Allegedly Running Down Her Estranged Partner
Thursday June 23, 2022
Updated--The Ventura County District Attorney's Office has filed an Attempted Murder charge against the woman who is alleged to have used a vehicle to intentionally run down her estranged partner in Ventura.
47-year-old Elizabeth Guillen was arrested for Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Domestic Violence with Injury but prosecutors filed the more serious charge.
She pleaded not guilty to all charges and denied a dozen special allegations.
Police said that the 54-year-old victim remains in critical condition at VCMC with life-threatening injuries.
They say the alleged incident happened on June 19th in the 300 block of South Dunning Street.
Officers responded to a report of a vehicle hit-and-run and found the victim on the ground in the cul-de-sac losing consciousness.
Police said it was the violent end to a domestic dispute and altercation.
Guillen and the vehicle were located two days later and she was arrested.
She is currently being held in the Ventura County jail without bail and is due back in court July 5th.