SECOND TEEN IN SHOOTING PLOT IS SENT TO DETENTION
A judge Friday morning accepted a plea agreement that will see the second teen involved in the Mountain Vista High School shooting plot incarcerated in a juvenile detention facility for five years.
Sienna Johnson in June pleaded guilty to a juvenile count of conspiracy to commit murder and an adult count of felony menacing.
She will serve five years in the Division of Youth Corrections on the conspiracy charge and will not get credit for any time she has already served since her arrest.
On the menacing charge, the two sides agreed that Johnson will serve four years of probation upon her completion of her youth corrections sentence.
Although the conspiracy to commit murder charge is the same that Johnson’s accomplice, Brooke Higgins, pleaded guilty to last year and was sentenced for in February, Johnson agreed to a longer sentence than Higgins.
Higgins’ sentence carries different parameters.
Higgins was sentenced to three years in youth corrections but received credit for 409 days served. She was also assigned four years of probation and mental health treatment upon her release, as was Johnson. — Denver7