LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The woman accused of intentionally ramming an RV into a casino and critically injuring an employee made her initial court appearance Wednesday morning.
Jennifer Stitt, 50, was arraigned in North Las Vegas Justice Court. She is facing two felony charges, including attempted murder with the use of a deadly weapon and battery with the use of a deadly weapon resulting substantial bodily harm.
North Las Vegas Police said Stitt intentionally plowed a RV through the front doors of the Cannery Casino on Oct. 25 because she was angry.
A 66-year-old custodian who was cleaning inside the entryway was critically injured. According to the arrest report, after hitting the custodian, Stitt accelerated again, running him over and pushing through a second glass entrance. The victim had to be rescued from underneath the RV.
Still told police the casino owed her money. She had been removed from the property the previous evening for trespassing.
Stitt is being represented by a public defender. She is due back in court on Nov. 13 for a preliminary hearing.