An Oklahoma woman was charged with attempting to kill three police officers during a standoff over a dispute over parking in her car, authorities said Friday.
Authorities said 25-year-old Tanya M. Roush was arrested Monday after police found a backpack containing four pounds of explosives in the car.
Police said the bag was packed with the explosive material.
Roush’s attorney, Brian Houser, said Rousho had planned to detonate the explosives at a gas station in Tulsa, the Tulsa World reported.
The news site said Ronsh’s father had said he wanted his daughter to kill herself, but Rousha had refused to do so.
Roulh’s parents did not immediately return messages seeking comment.
Authorities had sought to capture Rousheh and her boyfriend, who is also charged with attempted murder, in connection with a shooting in which one of the officers was shot and wounded.
The two suspects were identified by police as 22-year old Kyle E. Housh and 19-year olds Justin A. Ricks and Joshua S. Ritchie.
Housh had been arrested in Oklahoma City on charges of attempted murder in a shooting involving a Tulsa police officer on Oct. 31.
He was charged in the Oct. 29 shooting of an officer.
The Oklahoma City police department did not respond to a request for comment.