Woman gets 35-year sentence for her role in shooting death of southern Ind. shop owner
Ginger Cox was sentenced after pleading guilty to robbery and firearms charges.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A woman has been sentenced for her part in the death of a southern Indiana business owner.
Ginger Cox was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Monday. That's her punishment for her role in the shooting death of Austin, Indiana coin shop owner John Turner.
Turner, 79, was killed in November of last year.
Cox was sentenced after pleading guilty to robbery and firearms charges. She was the girlfriend of Matt Caudill.
Caudill pleaded guilty to murder and other charges and was sentenced to 85 years in prison last week.
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