PHOENIX (AP/KSAZ) - A woman accused of shooting and killing a valley student during a road-rage incident pleaded not guilty to charges on Tuesday.
32-year-old Holly Davis pleaded not guilty to charges of shooting and killing 19-year-old ASU student Yue Jiang in January. Prosecutors say Davis shot and killed Jiang, an international student from China, after a fender bender in Tempe.
After the crash, police found Davis' car, with a gun on the ground underneath the vehicle. The gun matched the weapon used in the fatal shooting.
Davis is scheduled to appear in court in March.
Holly Davis pled not guilty. Her next court date is 3/18 before Commissioner James Rummage.— MC Superior Court (@courtpio) February 2, 2016
The Associated Press contributed to this report.