Now that the suspect has been released from the hospital and is in the Walla Walla County jail on bond over $600,000, Deputies have released the 'final' timeline in a wild series of events.

Amanda Warren is facing NINE charges, ranging from Attempted Murder 1, all the way down to Residential Burglary. Here's what happened that led to that wild car chase on Highway 12 Saturday August 3.

Around 11:13AM that day, Deputies were sent to a residence outside of College Place where an 88-year-old man was being treated by EMS workers. Warren had apparently approached him in his garage and offered to clean his home. She asked for his phone to speak to his caregiver and inform her, but she called him into a spare bedroom where she assaulted him instead. The victim said she made it clear she was trying to kill him if he'd not been able to ward off the assault. She then ran from the house and fled in a white Toyota Prius.

Then at 12:01PM College Place Police went to an address where that car had been reported stolen overnight. Officers had not yet determined the car and Warren were connected...yet.

At 1:31pm, Deputies sped to an address of an unoccupied home North of Walla Walla, where the Prius was seen out front, and alert neighbor called police reporting what they though was a break in. They got a picture of the plate, and officers quickly knew it was the stolen car. Warren left before officers arrived, but left behind an accomplice who was arrested.

Then at 3:06pm, the car was seen on Highway 12, where a lengthy chase began ending with spike strips spinning the car off the road 2 miles East of Pasco near the Snake River Bridge. Warren was shot multiple times by a Franklin County Deputy and two WSP Troopers after she waved what was said to be stolen gun at officers. That and other property has reportedly been recovered in the Prius.