Court documents give an in-depth look at one of the people involved in a string of robberies across the valley earlier this month.
Kimberly Zenteno faced a judge for the first time Monday.
In Zenteno's arrest report, she admitted to being the lookout during two of eight alleged armed robberies. She also admits to be involved in an armed robbery that left a 7-Eleven clerk fighting for his life.
In the documents, Zenteno is described as covering her face with a red bandana when storming inside the 7-Eleven near Sahara Avenue and Lamb Boulevard with another suspect.
She appeared to be waving a machete when the other suspect shot clerk Gene McMillan in the head.
After police released the surveillance video of the robbery, the public helped identify Zenteno. Facebook pictures also helped police identify the suspect who many times dresses like a man.
Zenteno's next court appearance is in 15 days.
She is facing charges, including robbery with a deadly weapon, attempted murder with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery.