A woman was arraigned on an attempted murder charge Thursday for an alleged rampage at an Inverness marijuana farm.
Kelsey Lin Winterkorn, wearing a jail uniform and a two-toned mohawk, made her initial court appearance in the case with her public defender, La Dell Dangerfield.
Winterkorn, 27, is also charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and one count of burglary, said prosecutor Dorothy Chou Proudfoot.
Winterkorn did not enter a plea. The arraignment will continue March 21 before Judge Andrew Sweet.
The alleged attack occurred Monday morning 11 Redwood Ave. in Inverness Park, a rental home where Winterkorn, a commercial photographer, was staying with other occupants, authorities said.
Winterkorn allegedly struck another tenant in the head with a baseball bat while he was sleeping, then hit him again in the arm, the sheriff's department said.
When the victim fled and got a roommate to drive him to the hospital, Winterkorn allegedly rammed them twice with her van, a handpainted orange Dodge labeled the "Biohazard Battlecruiser."
Winterkorn was arrested that night after a sheriff's deputy spotted the van in Sonoma County. Her bail is set at $500,000.
Authorities have not released a motive for the alleged attack.
Investigators found an indoor marijuana operation at the rental home and seized more than 800 plants. No charges have been announced against the other renters.