Ashtabula woman to face charges in Elyria

ASHTABULA — An Ashtabula woman is heading to Lorain County to face charges in the fatal shooting of a woman July 24 in Elyria, according to Ashtabula Municipal Court records.

Brea Holley, 27, waived her rights for an extradition hearing Tuesday morning before Ashtabula Municipal Court Judge Laura DiGiacamo.

Elyria Police Lt. Mark Groomes said Holley was wanted related to the shooting of a 29-year-old woman in a home on Beebe Avenue in Elyria around 10:47 p.m. Friday.

Holley was arrested early Saturday morning in Ashtabula with the Ashtabula Police Department assisting officers from Elyria, said Ashtabula Police Chief Robert Stell.

During the hearing Holley was represented by court appointed attorney Brittany Pellerin. Holley is being held without bond pending her transport to Lorain County to face charges.

Holley was arraigned on Monday morning before acting judge David Sheldon pending the Tuesday extradition hearing.

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