A Doraville woman faces 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to her role in a 2014 Sandy Springs robbery that left a Roswell man dead, according to WSB-TV.

Daniel Zeitz, 28, was trying to deliver a video game system he had sold on Craigslist when he was shot to death in the Legends at Dunwoody apartments on Sandy Springs’ Treelodge Parkway. Police charged two defendants with murder: Kayla Dixon, 16 at the time of the killing and now 18 years old, and Nathaniel Vivian, then 20 years old.

Dixon pleaded guilty June 20 just before her trial was scheduled to start, according to WSB-TV. Vivian is slated to be tried later this year, according to WSB-TV.

John Ruch

John Ruch is an Atlanta based journalist. Previously, he was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.