A woman who pleaded guilty to her role in a murder will spend the rest of her life behind bars.
A Pulaski County Jury deliberated for two and half hours before sentencing Peggy Mina to life without parole.
She was also sentenced to 20 years each on burglary and robbery charges.
Mina and her nephew Raphael Robinson both pleaded guilty in the killing of 72-year-old Homer Carrender back in 2009.
Mina decided to have a jury and not a judge decide her sentence.