Prison sentence in attempted murder case in Louisa County
LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A woman from Fredericksburg has been sentenced to prison in Louisa County.
Erann Ohse pleaded guilty to multiple charges in February associated with the March 29, 2022 incident on CCC Road.
Those charges include attempted second-degree murder, malicious wounding, malicious shooting into an occupied dwelling, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, attempted armed burglary, destruction of property and eluding law enforcement.
She was sentenced to a total of 58 years in prison on these charges with all but 20 years of that suspended.
She will also face several years of probation after her release.
On March 29, 2022, Ohse and a co-defendant, Andrew Poindexter, traveled from Fredericksburg to Louisa County with the intent of harming Ohse’s former boyfriend.
They drove to the ex-boyfriend’s home and attempted to force their way in through the front door while armed with handguns and several ammunition magazines. They were also wearing ski masks.
When they were unable to get into the home, Ohse fired 10 rounds through a window, hitting a woman inside in the shoulder.
Ohse and Poindexter then drove off and the residents called the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office.
Poindexter and Ohse led deputies on a high-speed chase, with speeds at times approaching 120 miles per hour.
While the Louisa County deputies did lose sight of the suspect’s vehicle, both Ohse and Poindexter were found later that day standing next to the vehicle on a cul-de-sac near the Hanover County line.
Along with handguns, ammunition and the ski masks, deputies also recovered disposable gloves and almost a pound of marijuana from the suspects and vehicle.
Poindexter, who is scheduled to be sentenced on May 31, faces up to 70 years in prison.
His charges include attempted second-degree murder, malicious wounding, shooting in the commission of a felony, eluding law enforcement, attempted armed burglary, destruction of property, and possession with the intent to distribute more than five ounces of marijuana.
He also pleaded guilty in February.