After about seven hours of deliberation, a Tulsa jury found a woman guilty of manslaughter in a fatal 2017 shooting.
Ashley Good was originally charged with murder in the death of Jade Jones but a jury gave her a lesser sentence and recommended nine years.
Sentencing is scheduled for September 26.
Jones was shot and killed June 11, 2017, at a home near East Latimer and North Delaware Avenue.
Good was arrested 10 days later after police received a tip about her location.
Police say Good has Irish Mob connections and was arrested in 2014 in Tulsa County for misdemeanor larceny and drugs. They said she then got a three-year deferred sentence for a stolen car and a misdemeanor assault.
Good was also arrested in Wagoner County and charged with a stolen car, having a sawed-off shotgun and transporting a loaded weapon in a vehicle.