Schuster was indicted Tuesday on two counts aggravated vehicular homicide, three counts aggravated vehicular assault, three counts vehicular assault and a count of operating a vehicle under the influence.
She was arraigned Thursday morning.
In paperwork filed with the court in June, police say Schuster was driving her 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier “while voluntarily impaired on a drug of abuse (marijuana, marijuana metabolite, and alprazolam), causing her vehicle to leave her lane of travel, cross into oncoming traffic striking several pedestrians.” The complaint continues saying, “One of the pedestrians, Amber Marie Rooks, was killed as a direct result of the collision with the 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier.”
"Our family will always grieve. Our family will always hurt,” said Rooks' mother, who wishes to only be identified as Shannon, in June.