New Developments In Case Against Pamela Sampley

There are new developments in a criminal case against Pamela Sampley. The 30-year-old will not face trial on five counts of deadly conduct. The offenses stem from a crime police said she helped Ross Muehlberger commit last year. Officers said Muehlberger fired seven shots at a home, and Sampley was his driver.

Sampley was originally charged with seven counts of deadly conduct in this case, one for each of the shots fired. While the Wichita County Grand Jury did not find enough evidence for trial on five counts, they did indict Sampley on one count in July.

In a separate case Sampley was charged in April with making a terroristic threat while she was an inmate in the Wichita County Jail. Documents show Sampley promised to carry out another attack following the Shooting Rampage in the Falls.