Hit-and-run suspect waives preliminary hearingJan 30, 2013 From staff reports
Michelle Littleshield, 35, of St. Stephen's, died at about 2 a.m. Dec. 3 of blunt force trauma from the crash.
Court documents show Alma Mosho, 33, of Fort Hall, Idaho, waived her preliminary hearing that was scheduled to take place this month. Her case has been bound over to District Court.
Mosho is the suspect driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident early Monday, Dec. 3, at the Rezeride Roadhouse Saloon west of Kinnear. Coroner Ed McAuslan said Michelle Littleshield, 35, of St. Stephen's, died at about 2 a.m. Dec. 3 of blunt force trauma from the crash. Another woman reportedly was with Littleshield in the Rezeride parking lot where the accident occurred; the second woman was transported to Riverton Memorial Hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Mosho has been arrested on two counts of aggravated homicide by vehicle in connection with the incident. Witnesses at the scene of the crash reportedly described her silver Nissan car as being involved. A Wind River Police Department officer pulled the vehicle over on Wyoming Highway 132 about 20 minutes after the incident; the officer said Mosho was the sole occupant and operator of the car, which bore damage consistent with reports from witnesses at the Rezeride. The WRPD arrested Mosho at that time for driving under the influence of alcohol, but she was extradited from the Wind River Indian Reservation the next day.
Mosho was charged twice for aggravated homicide by vehicle. Officials said the first count alleges Mosho committed the crime while driving a vehicle recklessly, while count two alleges that she committed the crime while under the influence of alcohol. Her bond was set at $50,000.