The woman accused of leaving a makeshift bomb outside a Shreveport abortion clinic has decided to plead guilty. Wednesday morning Patricia Hughes struck a plea deal with the Caddo Parish District Attorney, admitting to leaving a delayed incendiary device on the doorstep of the Hope Medical Clinic. Hughes asserted her innocence from the beginning, but changed her mind after District Attorney Dhu Thompson offered her the deal. If found guilty by a jury, Hughes sentence could have doubled because she is a multiple offender. Hughes has a felony theft charge on her record and decided the plea was in her best interest. Even with the plea deal she could face up to 20 years on jail for possessing and manufacturing a delayed incendiary device. Alleged accomplice Jeremy Dunahoe has also accepted a plea deal. Wednesday he pleaded guilty as an accessory after the fact. As a part of the deal he is also pleading guilty to a burglary charge he incurred back in January. Patricia Hughes will be sentenced on August 2nd. Jeremy Dunahoe will learn his fate on August 3rd.