A 23-year-old Anacortes woman was given a nine-month sentence in Skagit County Superior Court Thursday for her role in a drive-by shooting last year.
Lindsey Berlin pleaded guilty to first-degree rendering criminal assistance and reckless endangerment.
She will serve the time on electronic home monitoring and live in Montana.
She is one of three defendants in the case.
Lake Stevens resident Nicholas Taylor was sentenced in June to nearly seven months in jail. A trial for Cody Corp of Everett is scheduled for later this month.
The shooting, over Memorial Day weekend 2011 near Darrington, stemmed from a relationship conflict involving Berlin and Corp, court documents say.
Berlin and Corp sought revenge after Corp’s girlfriend reportedly cheated on him with Berlin’s ex-boyfriend.
Text messages exchanged between Corp and Berlin indicated plans to bring guns and knives to the Dearinger Campground, the affidavit says.
Berlin, Corp and Taylor were joined by three other people before driving to the campground, according to court documents.
Corp got into physical altercations with multiple people at the campground before the group later cruised by in Berlin’s pickup truck and Taylor fired a shot out of the front passenger seat window, records say.
Someone from the camping group shot back, hitting Corp in the head. Berlin drove to Darrington to call 911.
Corp was taken to Harborview Medical Center.
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