Burien Woman Accused in Seattle Parks Shooting Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ Monday
Carolyn Piksa, of Burien, was arraigned Monday morning (March 25) and pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ to a charge of Assault First Degree for allegedly shooting and wounding a co-worker March 8 at a Seattle Parks and Recreation building near Green Lake (read our previous coverage here).
Piksa, 46, was also arraigned on Assault Second Degree for later driving to the Bitter Lake Community Center and allegedly pointing a firearm at an employee there.
A case setting hearing is scheduled for April 8 at the King County Courthouse.
Piksa remains in jail on $1 million bail.