An 18-year-old Topeka woman Monday pleaded no contest to two counts of conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery for her role in an October shooting outside a Lawrence apartment complex.
District Judge Kay Huff convicted Rylie R. Musick of the two charges related to an Oct. 11 shooting of a Lawrence man in the 2500 block of Redbud Lane.
Prosecutors had accused Musick of riding in a van with the victim and another man as a decoy to lead other co-defendants to the victim’s residence to rob him.
Co-defendant Christopher Bush, 20, of Topeka, was convicted after a plea in January to shooting the man, who recovered from his injuries, during the robbery attempt and was sentenced to serve more than five years in prison.
Desmond Jackson has been sentenced to serve three years of probation for driving Bush to the apartment. Jackson pleaded no-contest to conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery. A fourth defendant, Ashley Halstead, 22, was also sentenced to serve three years on probation.
Defense attorney Michael Clarke told Huff that prosecutors would not oppose probation for Musick if she has no significant criminal history. Her sentencing is set for June 20.