Man To Serve At Least 20 Years In Prison In Fatal OKC Shooting
OKLAHOMA CITY - A man will serve at least 20 years in prison in the shooting death of an Oklahoma City woman back in 2015.
According to police, Monday morning, Daryan Jones received a life suspended sentence, with all but the first 20 years to serve, in connection to a drive-by shooting that killed 19-year-old Nesha Washington. He will have to serve a total of 20 years in prison and be on probation for the rest of his life.
It was on New Year's Day when police said Washington was sitting in her bedroom when a suspect drove by her house near S.E. 80th Street and Sooner Road and started shooting multiple times at the house. Washington was hit and taken to the hospital, where she died.
Police later arrested Jones on a murder charge.