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Las Vegas Crash: Suspect Lakeisha Holloway 'Heartbroken,' Lawyers Say in Court

Lakeisha Nicole Holloway, who is accused of killing one person and injuring 30 others, on Sunday, appeared stone-faced in court.

Attorneys for the woman accused of intentionally slamming her car into pedestrians on the Las Vegas Strip — killing one person and injuring dozens of others — said Wednesday that she is "heartbroken" over the incident.

Lakeisha Nicole Holloway, 24, appeared stone-faced during her initial hearing in Las Vegas Justice Court.

Image: Lakeisha Nicole Holloway, Scott Coffee
Lakeisha Nicole Holloway enters district court with one of her public defenders, Scott Coffee, for her arraignment on Dec. 23, 2015, in Las Vegas.Chase Stevens / AP

Her public defender said he's aware that the state plans to file more charges and asked for a status hearing for additional time to review the case. The judge set a date for Jan. 20.

Holloway — shackled and dressed in a blue jail uniform — was in court for less than two minutes. She remains held without bond and has yet to enter a plea.

Holloway was charged in a criminal complaint of murder with the use of a deadly weapon, as well as one count of child abuse, neglect, or endangerment and one count of leaving the scene of an accident.

That's because prosecutors say her 3-year-old daughter was also in the 1996 Oldsmobile during the Sunday night wreck. Neither mother nor child were hurt.

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Investigators said this week that they haven't determined why Holloway rammed her car into the crowd, creating a chaotic scene on the busy casino-lined strip.

Holloway, who is originally from Oregon, had been living out of her car in Sin City since about a week before the incident.