A Clay County woman suspected of several burglaries in Wichita, Clay and Archer counties, including one at the home of her parents, has been sentenced to prison.
Stacy Ann Brackeen. 28, and Steven Depriest were arrested in May for multiple burglaries of homes and buildings in Clay, Archer and Wichita counties.
Depriest was earlier sentenced to 10 years.
Brackeen is now sentenced to three-years in prison for burglary and six-months state jail for possession of a controlled substance.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office said the first burglary was reported in December 2017 in Arrowhead Ranch Estates.
The owner told deputies he suspected his daughter, Brackeen, because shoe prints looked like those from shoes he knew she wore.
Deputies said another home broken into near Lake Arrowhead was the former home of Brackeen and her parents.
Numerous other burglaries around Lake Arrowhead and one in Wichita Falls were attributed to the same suspects.
Items taken include tools, jewelry, saddles, guns and even frozen deer meat.
In 2011, Brackeen was indicted on charges of aiding in the escapes of several inmates from the Wichita County Jail Annex.
Authorities said she helped three of four inmates who escaped by and letting them in a house on fm 1954 and feeding them.
Records show no conviction on those charges.