LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A local woman accused of running into two high school students with her SUV entered a guilty plea Monday morning to a reduced charge of reckless driving in a Las Vegas courtroom.

The incident happened near Basic High School in Henderson in March. Fatima Mitchell, 36, blamed the two schoolgirls for fighting with her daughter and struck them with her SUV, police said.

Mitchell was initially charged with attempted murder but the charge was reduced to reckless driving by her agreeing to the plea deal.

Her attorney, Roger Bailey, said she could face a possible sentence of one to six years in prison. Bailey added Mitchell does plan to seek a mental health evaluation and probation.

Her next hearing will be her sentencing which will determine her probation. That is set for July 25, 2022.