A woman who drove a car used in a deadly Tacoma vehicle-to-vehicle shooting was sentenced today to 10 years in prison.
Keidra Marie Lewis, 26, pleaded guilty last month to first-degree assault in an August 2009 attack that left Jonathan Kyle Ragland dead.
Ragland, 27, was shot in the head while driving a car near South 74th and Oakes streets.
Prosecutors wrote in court documents that Johnny Morris III fired the fatal round from a car being driven by Lewis.
Morris, 25, pleaded guilty earlier this month to first-degree manslaughter and is to be sentenced in May. He faces nearly 20 years.
Police said the shooting culminated a running dispute between Morris and some of Ragland’s friends, which included someone firing at Morris minutes before.