PORTLAND — Linda Dolloff’s account of the night she was shot and her husband severely beaten remained consistent five days after the attack, according to a recording of her interview with police.

Linda Dolloff maintained that she woke to a noise in the couple’s Standish home early on April 12, 2009, and was shot as she walked in the hallway outside her bedroom. Then, she reached out and touched the gun that had been dropped on the floor and it went off, shooting a hole in a nearby wall. Finally, she said she crawled into the bedroom of her husband, Jeffrey Dolloff, saw that he had been beaten and called 911.

Linda Dolloff’s first interview with police, shortly after noon on April 12, was played in Cumberland County Superior Court. Her second account, given five days later, was being played today as prosecutors started wrapping up their case against her.

Linda Dolloff said she and her husband were victims of a home invasion. Prosecutors allege that she was upset over the couple’s impending divorce, beat her husband with a softball bat and then shot herself and reported a home invasion to cover up the assault. Linda Dolloff has been charged with attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault and filing a false report.