TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute woman made a plea agreement in connection to a murder case.
On Thursday, 21-year-old Sabrei Neace pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and maintaining a common nuisance.
That's in connection to the shooting death of Gage Eup in August of last year.
Under the plea, charges of assisting a criminal and altering the scene of a death are dismissed.
She was also sentenced on Thursday.
After 'good time credit' officials say she has less than one year left to serve on in-home detention.
Dylan Morgan faces charges of murder and altering the scene of a death.
His jury trial is set for May 13th.
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