Huntington Woman Sentenced in Ligonier Murders

"Courtroom Gavel" by Joe Gratz, public domain

A Huntington County woman has been sentenced to four years in jail for her role in the deaths of two people in Noble County in 2018.

The Journal Gazette reports that 26-year old Kyra Frost of Roanoke was charged with assisting in a felony murder and armed robbery, and agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors in April.

Frost went with two others to a home in Ligonier to take back a $10,000 purse, and Michael Johnson shot and killed two people in that residence and shot and missed at a third. He is serving a 170-year prison sentence. The other suspect is Tiffani Cox, and she is serving eight years of a 14 year sentence.