[Ed. – There should be a separate charged added to her indictment for the irreparable harm she has done to her own two children, who will be emotionally scarred for life from having to witness this gruesome act.]
A Skyridge High School teacher is accused of shooting and killing her ex-husband’s girlfriend, according to a probable cause statement.
Chelsea Cook, 32, is facing a possible aggravated murder charge for shooting and killing 26-year-old Lisa Williams, her ex-husband Travis Cook’s girlfriend.
2News confirmed through Alpine School District that Chelsea Cook was a teacher at Skyridge High School.
The shooting happened Sunday night around 6:58 p.m. at the Station at Midvale apartments at 7960 S. Center Square in Midvale.
Unified Police initially responded to the incident, but Salt Lake City police later took over the investigation because one of the persons involved is related to a Unified Police Department employee.
Travis Cook told officers that Chelsea Cook, his ex-wife, stopped by the apartment to deliver cold medicine to one of their children.
2News has confirmed Chelsea Cook is a teacher at Skyridge High School in Lehi.
Chelsea Cook entered the apartment while Travis Cook was in the parking lot. She was told to leave, according to police, but refused.