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Woman sentenced to prison for deadly shooting outside Corvallis restaurant

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Brooklyn Shepard during previous court appearance (KPTV file image) Brooklyn Shepard during previous court appearance (KPTV file image)
Michael Deyette during previous court appearance (KPTV file image) Michael Deyette during previous court appearance (KPTV file image)
Deadly shooting scene outside Shari's in Corvallis in January. (KPTV file image) Deadly shooting scene outside Shari's in Corvallis in January. (KPTV file image)
CORVALLIS, OR (KPTV) -

A woman who was involved in the shooting death of a man outside a Shari's restaurant in Corvallis has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

Brooklyn Shepard, 36, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree kidnapping Friday.

Additional charges of murder were dismissed as part of her plea agreement.

Shepard and 42-year-old Michael Deyette were arrested in January.

Investigators said Shepard was an acquaintance of the victim, 29-year-old Jason Scott Williams, and they had been at Shari's prior to the shooting.

Williams was shot and killed in the restaurant's parking lot on the 1100 block of Northwest 9th Street on Jan. 15.

Shepard was also injured at the scene, but officers later arrested her under an aiding and abetting theory, according to police.

Investigators said Shepard and Deyette were neighbors and involved in a romantic relationship.

Deyette pleaded guilty in July to charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder. He was sentenced to life in prison with parole possible after 25 years.

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