PITTSBURG (KRON) – The spouse of a Pittsburg grownup schooling principal has been charged with attempted homicide after allegedly shooting her husband on Saturday, according to authorities.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney claims that 39-year-old Maria Vides attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated murder.
Police arrived at a home on Barrie Drive, around 1:20 a.m. to find 45-year-old Paul Shatswell suffering from a gunshot wound.
Investigators say that Vides intentionally shot her husband with a handgun.
Officials say he was taken to a hospital where he is now in a coma from his brain injury and is paralyzed.
Shatswell is a Pittsburg native and a father of eight.
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