But that plea deal does not address these most recent charges, prosecutors have said. Negotiations are ongoing.
According to court documents, Chotia-Thompson and 38-year-old Kelly Fay Simons were involved in a string of crimes that include holding up Scaddy's Resaturant, 5430 S. 900 East, stealing vehicles, fleeing from police and shooting at a Murray police officer.
A restaurant employee told officers that about 6 p.m. on Jan. 5, Scaddy's Restaurant was robbed at gunpoint. The robber left in a gray sedan, which was later linked to Chotia-Thompson, the documents state.
Less than half an hour later, a Murray police officer spotted a car that matched the description less than a mile from Scaddy's. A person matching the suspect's description was heading into a Family Dollar Store, near 6200 South and 1300 East, when the person saw the officer. The suspect ran toward a gray four-door car parked nearby, shouting at the driver to start the car.
The officer reported a woman was in the driver seat. The woman pointed a red laser device at the officer as her partner turned and fired several times at the officer.
Moments later, the same suspects were seen entering a private garage through the open door. The owner of that residence, at 6243 S. 1280 East, said one of the individuals pointed a gun at him and demanded his help. He surrendered his vehicle to the pair.
Early reports suggested that a man and woman were committing the crimes. But authorities said Simons had dressed as a man wearing a moustache, trench coat and top hat to disguise herself.
Simons was shot to death Jan. 9 by officers in the Joint Criminal Apprehension Team near Liberty Park when she allegedly tried to run down one of the officers with her white pickup.
Chotia-Thompson was arrested hours after the fatal shooting without incident. She remains in jail in lieu of $500,000 bond.
She now faces a total of 10 charges: first-degree felony attempted aggravated murder, aggravated burglary and three counts of aggravated robbery, second-degree felony attempted aggravated robbery, third-degree felony attempted theft and tampering with evidence, and misdemeanor failure to respond to an officer and failure to stop at an officer's command.
Chotia-Thompson is scheduled to appear in 3rd District Court next Friday before Judge Katie Bernards-Goodman.