Sierra Cook, recently charged with capital murder for her alleged involvement in the Father’s Day shooting death of Quenton Alexander, will appear in Faulkner County Circuit Court on Monday morning.
Cook, already charged with hindering the apprehension of a capital murder suspect, was charged herself Sept. 24.
Cook, 18, is currently represented by two private attorneys, including Frank Shaw, however, her case could be moving to public defenders. A decision is expected Monday.
Cook is currently being held on no bond after Faulkner County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio granted the prosecution’s motion to have it revoked. Cook was previously held on a $250,000 bond.
Police testimony at a previous bond reduction hearing for Cook revealed her alleged involvement in the fatal motel shooting June 16.
Conway police Sgt. Tracy McDermott testified that Cook admitted to driving 27-year-old Lee Foster, also charged with capital murder, to a location near the Motel 6, at 1105 Skyline Drive, where Alexander was found shot to death by police.
Cook told police she was unsure of Foster’s intentions while driving from Morrilton to the motel, but knew of Foster’s plans when he gave specific instructions on how to park the vehicle, McDermott testified.
McDermott said Cook also admitted to being present when Foster burned a set of clothes some time after Alexander’s murder, although she was not involved.
Cook was arrested with Foster on June 20 in Morrilton.