- Associated Press - Monday, September 1, 2014

JENNINGS, La. (AP) - A grand jury has upgraded the charges against a Welsh, Louisiana, woman accused in the fatal shooting of one man and the injuring of another.

The American Press reports (https://bit.ly/1vWC8vP ) Rosalyn Faith Breaux pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and attempted manslaughter in August.

She now faces charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder.

Police Chief Marcus Crochet says Jeremy Ardoin and Nick Coble were shot at a house in Welsh in June. Ardoin later died in a local hospital. Coble was shot in the shoulder and was treated and released.

If convicted, Breaux faces life in prison for second-degree murder and up to 50 years for attempted second-degree murder. She remains in the parish jail on $750,000 bond awaiting a Jan. 26 trial.

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