Tay-K's accomplice in the robbery and murder of Ethan Walker has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The main architect & accomplice to Tay-K in the home robbery and murder of 21-year-old Ethan Walker, has been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. As of this writing, her name is being protected under a protection act that withholds juvenile names from police record. What is known to observers of the case, is that she has been described as a "petite, pretty blonde" by law enforcement.
The girl is reported to have enlisted the help of several other teens, to execute the home invasion of her "lover's" house. She was able to mobilize the youngsters according to plan, but somewhere along the way, things took a regrettable turn and Ethan Walker was shot and killed. Walker's mother commented on the ruling:
"We would have been more comfortable with 40, but given the fact that she's been out on a (electronic) monitor this whole time, we were relieved it wasn't probation,"
Four adults remain in line for sentencing. Of the four, one has reached a deal with the prosecution team on a reduced sentence, in exchange for her testimony against the remaining three. Through elapsed time, Tay-K will now stand trial as an adult.