Pueblo woman pleads guilty for helping with Clark murder

PUEBLO, Colo. - Tina Apodaca, 38, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to helping Timothy Trujillo kill Devin Clark on Feb. 28, 2016.

Apodaca was the second of three people who have been arrested on suspicion of assisting Trujillo. 

She was sentenced to three years of supervised probation and 90 days at the Pueblo County jail as a condition of probation, the Pueblo Chieftain reported. 

She also was ordered to have no contact with the case's co-defendants as well as having any involvement in gang activity.

Apodaca was arrested back in May of 2016.

According to the affidavit, she provided transportation, a weapon, and a motel for Trujillo. Apodaca also allegedly concealed evidence related to the shooting. 

Trujillo, 26, is currently serving 48 years in prison for second-degree murder. He is currently being held at the Limon Correctional Facility, according to Colorado Department of Corrections records.

Another accomplice, Angelo Salas, 26, pleaded guilty to the charge of accessory in January and was sentenced to 12 years in DOC and three years parole.

The final individual, Alicia Sosa, 27, who was arrested and charged with being an accessory in the fatal shooting of Clark is scheduled for a plea and sentencing hearing later this month.

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