INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indianapolis woman has been sentenced to 40 years in prisonfor her role in the murder of her mother and grandparents.
A spokeswoman for the Marion County prosecutor's office says23-year-old Kari Allen also was sentenced Friday to 20 yearsprobation. She had pleaded guilty to three counts ofconspiracy.
Her brother, Kenneth Lee Allen, was sentenced to life in prisonplus 130 years after he pleaded guilty to murder.
Authorities say Kenneth Allen killed his mother and grandparentsin 2004 as part of a plot to steal $200,000. After the killings, hecut up the bodies and buried them in concrete in his grandparents'basement.
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