CRIME

Utah mother accused of driving as teen son opened fire on rival gang members

This photo provided by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Lisa Egersdorf, accused of driving her teenage son by a gas station to shoot at rival gang members after picking him up from school. Prosecutors say Egersdorf was behind the wheel of a Toyota Corolla when her 17-year-old son fired several shots at people he’d been fighting with at his Salt Lake City school. (AP Photo/Salt Lake County Sheriff Office)

This photo provided by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Lisa Egersdorf, accused of driving her teenage son by a gas station to shoot at rival gang members after picking him up from school. Prosecutors say Egersdorf was behind the wheel of a Toyota Corolla when her 17-year-old son fired several shots at people he’d been fighting with at his Salt Lake City school. (AP Photo/Salt Lake County Sheriff Office)  (The Associated Press)

A Utah woman is accused of driving her teenage son by a convenience store to shoot at rival gang members he had been fighting with at school.

Prosecutors say Lisa Egersdorf picked up her 17-year-old son from his Salt Lake City school and was behind the wheel when he fired several shots at the group.

Charging documents show she asked, "Did you get them?" after he fired at their car. No one was hurt in the Sept. 22 drive-by shooting.

Investigators say the 36-year-old woman acknowledged she and her son are members of a gang but denied the shots came from her car.

No attorney has been listed in court records for Egersdorf or her son, and they could not be reached by the Associated Press.