TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A judge set a trial date for a woman accused of firing gunshots in Terre Haute last week.
She is also accused of striking a police dog.
Jasmine Jones faces six charges, including four felonies.
Her most serious charge is for criminal recklessness.
Terre Haute Police responded to a shots fired call on 1st Avenue on March 15th.
Police said when they arrived on the scene, Jones through a handgun on the sidewalk, causing it to go off.
Officers also say she fought with and threatened them, and then hit a police dog.
Jones will stand trial in July.