PHOENIX - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Friday that Michelle Bastian pleaded guilty to terrorism and conspiracy to commit misconduct involving weapons.
Bastian was arrested back in October after allegedly planning to kill people with a bomb in the prison where her husband was serving a murder sentence.
Bastian, according to the attorney general's office, "knowingly sent items to her husband to be used to construct and set off an explosive device within the prison facility."
Her husband, Thomas Bastian, is still awaiting trial in the case. He faces four felony charges including terrorism and conspiracy to commit terrorism.
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Michelle Bastian's sentencing is schedule for July 14.
According to the attorney general's office, she faces 8.5 - 10 years in prison with a lifetime on probation.