TULSA - A 26-year-old woman charged in connection with a fatal Oklahoma mall shooting in April has entered a blind plea according to Muskogee police.
Tenesha Ann Nunley is charged with transporting, housing and feeding one of the shooting suspects.
District Judge Thomas Alford will sentence Nunley on Dec. 20. The shooting at Arrowhead Mall in Muskogee on April 10 killed 17-year-old Jerrod Reed and injured five other people.
The arraignment for 20-year-old Dondray Fowler, who is charged with first-degree murder in the case, will be Nov. 4. His attorneys have said Fowler should be charged with a lesser crime.
The AP contributed to this report.
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