Villa also attempted to kill her ex-husband by luring him to her home and then stabbing him in the upper torso, said police. Villa reportedly told police that she attempted to kill her family because she didn't want her ex-husband to have custody of the children.
On Monday, the Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles filed an
indictment again Villa listing the 11 felony charges. The eleventh charge, felony murder, is an alternative charge to the premeditated first degree murder charge, said the Pinal County Attorney's Office.
Ten of the charges include an additional allegation of domestic violence, according to a press release. Another 10 charges signify dangerous crimes against children, said the Pinal County Attorney's Office.
Villa is currently being held at the Pinal County Jail.