Rochester/Brockport, N.Y. (WHAM) - The woman accused of murdering an Orleans County woman in Brockport last month has been indicted for having three different weapons.
Holly Colino was indicted on nine felony charges last Friday, including second-degree murder in the death of Megan Dix and six weapons-related charges.
Police say on August 25, Dix was taking her lunch break in a parking lot on South Avenue, when Colino allegedly shot her in the head.
Of those six weapons charges - all of which were second-degree criminal possession of a weapon - Colino was found to be in possession of two handguns and a rifle.
Colino is accused of having a .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a .38 caliber special action revolver, and a .223 caliber Remington semi-automatic rifle, which is legally defined in New York as an assault weapon.
Colino was arrested Monday night in Henrietta, after deputies say she pulled a gun on an employee in the Sticky Lips parking lot. She was indicted on menacing charge for that incident.
While being held in Henrietta, deputies say Colino escaped from her holding cell.
Deputies searched for about two hours before she was captured and taken back into custody. She was subsequently indicted on an escape charge.