BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A Bakersfield woman entered a plea deal today after being charged with carjacking and other charges.
Trisha Holloway's charges for carjacking , taking a vehicle without the owner's consent and battery on a person were dismissed. She plead no contest to drunk and disorderly conduct.
Holloway pleaded not guilty to those charges back in December 2013.
Holloway was sentenced to four days in jail but received two days for good behavior. She will be on probation for three years.
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Free smog repairs today
Hundreds of people will receive a free emissions test through the Valley Clean Air Now's "Tune In Tune Up" event, Saturday morning.
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