KINGMAN - The County Attorney's Office has dismissed all charges against a Golden Valley woman in favor of a plea agreement from her husband.
Angela G. Bauer, 40, was charged as an accomplice in the armed robbery of the Golden Valley Uptown Drug. The CAO dismissed the charges on Oct. 23 after her husband, Cordon Ree Bauer II, accepted a plea agreement.
Cordon Bauer II will plead guilty to one count of armed robbery and two counts of attempted second-degree murder. He could serve 15 to 21 years in prison. His sentencing hearing is at 9 a.m. on Dec. 5
One count of armed kidnapping, four counts of aggravated assault of police officers and misconduct involving weapons against Cordon were dismissed as part of the plea.
Cordon Bauer II attempted to rob the Uptown Drug store of drugs and money in December 2006.
When Mohave County Sheriff's deputies responded to the scene, he exited the building and fired at the deputies. The deputies fired back, wounding him three times.
Angela Bauer later told officers that Cordon Bauer had called her while he was on the roof of the Uptown Drug building and told her of his plans. She told officers that she tried to talk him out of the robbery, but he went ahead anyway.