Terisha Marie Ann Schodron has pleaded guilty to her role in a home-invasion robbery that left a 17-year-old boy dead back in 2003.
Schodron was the last suspect to resolve her case in the death of Joshua May, who was killed in a Pierce County home in the 12200 block of 115th Avenue Court East. Four others either pleaded guilty or were convicted by a jury in the case.
She pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count each of first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary. Prosecutors will recommend a prison term of four years when Schodron is sentenced May 25.
Authorities contend Schodron, 21, and another woman acted as lookouts while three men went inside the house to rob the people there.
May, who had attended a party at the house, was shot and killed during the robbery.