The fate of a Houston County woman involved in a standoff with police after allegedly shooting up her own home is in the hands of a jury.
Starla Money is charged with reckless endangerment. She's accused of firing a gun randomly in her Graingerburg home in May of last year.
That led to a seven-hour stand off with police before she finally surrendered.
The defense claims Money is innocent because she has a history of mental problems.
Closing arguments in the case were heard Monday afternoon. Jurors will begin deliberating Money's fate Tuesday morning.
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