Additional charges have been filed against Lakeisha Holloway, the Oregon woman who allegedly intentionally drove her car into nearly 40 pedestrians along the Las Vegas Strip last month, killing one and wounding 30 others.
Holloway was initially arraigned on murder, leaving the scene, and child abuse charges, but on Wednesday, Las Vegas authorities filed added battery and attempted murder counts against the 24-year-old Portland woman.
A statement on the new counts claims a total of 71 charges have been filed against Holloway since the Dec. 20, 2015, crash.
Police claim that Holloway’s 3-year-old daughter was in the car during the incident, prompting the child abuse counts.
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Authorities say Holloway had been in the Las Vegas area for a week before her arrest. She was living mostly out of her car, parking it in various casino garages, police say.
She has yet to enter a plea to the charges and remains in police custody without bail, according to officials.
“These charges will ensure the protection of our community from the defendant for a very long time,” said Las Vegas Chief Deputy District Attorney Marc DiGiacomo in a statement to PEOPLE.
“These additional charges reflect the totality of the lives impacted by the defendant’s actions,” added Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson, noting that, if convicted, Holloway could be sentenced to over 1,000 years behind bars.
Holloway will be back in court on Feb. 4 for a status hearing, the statement reads.
Attempts to reach her lawyers were unsuccessful Thursday.