Terri Lynn Maynard, 48, of 2428 Shillings Bridge Road, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty last month to accessory after the fact of armed robbery.
Circuit Judge Ed Dickson sentenced her to eight years in prison.
He gave her credit for having already served 750 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center.
A grand jury indicted her on the charge of armed robbery.
She was originally charged with murder, but the charge was dismissed at a preliminary hearing.
The Orangeburg Department of Public Safety also charged Christopher M. Pringle, 39, of the same address, and Joe Allen Gartman, 34, of Our Han Court, with murder in the 2017 death of Daniel Escopedo Hernandez.
Gartman pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the spring.
Pringle’s murder charge remains pending, according to online court records.
In other pleas:
• Tyesha Hope Green, 24, of 110 Muller Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to grand larceny valued between $2,000 and $10,000.
Dickson sentenced her under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed five years, suspended to five years of probation.
He gave her credit for having already served one day in jail.
Green also ordered her to pay restitution and stipulated that her probation term may end early if she pays all court fees, fines, restitution and if her probation officer recommends early termination.
Green is required to pay restitution with her co-defendant.
According to her indictment, Green took a 2001 Chevrolet Malibu from another person.
As part of her plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of armed robbery.
• Marcus Goodwin, 27, of 1791 Atlantic Avenue, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree domestic violence.
Dickson sentenced him to 90 days in jail.
He’s allowing Goodwin to serve his time on weekends and gave him credit for having already served 23 days.
Goodwin is not allowed to possess any firearm or ammunition for the next three years.
His charge of use of vehicle without permission for temporary purpose only was dismissed at his preliminary hearing.
As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed his charge of petit larceny.
Prosecutors also dismissed the following charges, but they may be restored: armed robbery, kidnapping and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
• James Dimonique Turner, 24, of 112 Mill Creek Road, Vance, pleaded guilty to first-offense failure to stop for blue light, habitual traffic offenders and first-offense distribution of cocaine.
Dickson sentenced him to 90 days in jail.
He’s allowing Turner to serve his time on weekends.
As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of second-offense manufacturing/distributing/possessing scheduled drugs and second-offense manufacturing/possessing other scheduled drugs.
• Ryan Gray Moore, 46, of 9504 North Road, North, pleaded guilty to first-degree assault and battery, first-offense possession of a controlled substance, first-offense possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base, first-offense manufacturing/distributing methamphetamine and unlawful carrying of a handgun.
Dickson sentenced him to 54 months in prison.
A grand jury originally indicted him on a charge of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.
As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed Moore’s charges of possession of a weapon by a person convicted of a violent crime, pointing and presenting firearms at a person, first-offense possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base, resisting arrest, first-offense trafficking in methamphetamine or cocaine base 10 grams or more but less than 28 grams, two counts of third or subsequent driving under suspension and three counts of habitual traffic offender status.
• Toddreques Shakim Wright, 20, of 131 Pasture Lane, St. Matthews, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and first-offense failure to stop for a blue light.
Wright also pleaded guilty to a Calhoun County charge of non-violent second-degree burglary.
Dickson sentenced him to 10 years in prison, but gave him credit for having already served 641 days in jail.
As part of Wright’s plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the following charges: possession of a stolen pistol, unlawful carrying of a pistol, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, ill treatment of animals and stealing dogs and two counts of grand larceny valued more than $2,000 but less than $10,000.
• Christopher Jamal Jackson, 26, of 115 Song Sparrow Drive, Cordova, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and battery by mob resulting in bodily injury.
Dickson sentenced him to one year in prison, suspended to one year of probation.
He gave Jackson credit for having already served 126 days in jail.
He also ordered him to pay restitution.
As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of second-degree assault and battery and petit larceny.