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CEDAR RAPIDS — A woman was arrested Monday in relation to a shooting that happened in April near the Cedar Rapids Hy-Vee.
She is accused of driving the car that someone else shot out of during the incident.
Monscel Moniesi Maye Gilbert, 18, of Cedar Rapids, is charged with aiding and abetting intimidation with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit a forcible felony.
Surveillance video reportedly shows the car Gilbert was driving on April 29 enter the parking lot of Brosh Chapel at 2121 Bowling St. SW and stop. Someone got out of the back of the vehicle and fired six shots toward a passing vehicle, then got back in Gilbert’s car, which drove away, according to a criminal complaint against Gilbert.
Three of the six shots hit the Hy-Vee across the street, at 20 Wilson Ave. SW. Two shots lodged in the building and one went through a glass pane window and lodged in a curtain, the complaint states.
Gilbert reportedly left the vehicle nearby and returned to it later while police officers still stood in the area. She admitted to being the driver of the vehicle, the complaint states.
A warrant for Gilbert’s arrest was issued on May 16, and she was arrested Monday. She’s being held in the Linn County Correctional Center on a $5,000 cash or surety bond.
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