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UPDATE: Thelma Hall-Croft pleaded guilty to aggravated battery. A battery charged was dismissed as part of her plea agreement. She was sentenced to 6 years, with 3 years suspended and the remainder of the sentence suspended to probation.

BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Brownsburg police arrested a woman accused of shooting her husband during a dispute.

Thelma Hall-Croft, 74, was taken into custody after police said she shot her husband when an argument escalated over two days.

Police say Hall-Croft shot her husband in the neck at their home on Sugar Bush Lane North. He was taken to an area hospital and is recovering after surgery.

Hall-Croft has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, a felony.