A woman who got five-years on probation for a shooting in 2009 now has an eight-year prison sentence after she was ruled to have violated probation rules.
Tyisha Hester, 41, was placed on five-years probation in 2010, but the court suspended 10-years from her sentence, so she was still liable for violations of that full 10-year sentence. She also was given two additional years to serve when her probation for possession a controlled substance in Clay County was also revoked.
In January 2009, police officers said a 27-year-old man met two women at Texas Showgirls Nightclub and went with them to a hotel on Kelly Avenue.
An argument apparently took place there, and police said the man was shot in the face.
He survived the wound, and police officers arrested Shalonda Hardeman, 25, for aggravated assault.
A few days later Hester was arrested in Clay County and also charged with aggravated assault.
She apparently bonded out and was placed on the Crime Stoppers most wanted list and arrested again.
Hardeman was sentenced in 2010 to 10-years in prison and died February 13, 2015, at age 29. She had two daughters.