Dr. Theresa Colosi returned with Santa Barbara County sheriff's deputies from Whitefish, Montana, on Dec. 19 to face charges of attempted murder and attempted kidnapping, according to a sheriff's spokeswoman Raquel Zick
Sheriff's deputies responded to the parking lot of Zodo's Bowling and Beyond at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 8, where they found a victim with severe injuries to her head and face, Zick said.
The victim was at the bowling alley as a contractor providing court ordered supervision between Colosi and her 12-year-old son.
A physician with ties to Lompoc Valley Medical Center was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted murder after she allegedly attacked a woman providing supervised visitation with her son before fleeing to Montana on a private jet.
The victim observed Colosi act suspicious while walking with her son before allegedly hitting her in the head with a metal object and fleeing the scene.
Colosi withdrew $900,000 from her bank account, gave away her belongings and chartered a private jet from the Lompoc Airport to Glacier International Airport near the city of Kalispell, Montana, using fictitious names for herself, her son and her dog, Zick said.
A San Jose doctor with ties to Lompoc Valley Medical Center pleaded not guilty Dec. 27 to attempted murder stemming from an alleged Dec. 8 attack in which she allegedly struck a woman in the head with a metal object during a court-supervised visitation with her son.