Isabelle R. Hauptman, age 20 of Sharp County is expected to appear in court this week in a murder case as her co-defendant pleaded guilty to burglary and weapons charges connected with the case.
A mid-February court date was set for Isabelle Hauptman, of Cherokee Village on a 1st Degree murder charge.
Hauptman, along with Kenney Ivory, age 25, of Jonesboro and Jamal Golatt, age 22, of Forrest City, were arrested in connection the October 2020 murder of Allie Hannah.
Authorities believe Hannah was a witness to a burglary that Golatt, Hauptman and Ivory had been involved with and that they had picked up Hannah on the night she was killed.
Ivory and Golatt admitted participating in the murder and officers later discovered a Glock 40 caliber pistol, thrown from a vehicle, thought to have been used in the murder.
Ivory plead guilty Feb. 11th to residential burglary and possession of drugs and firearms in connection with the case. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison and given a 10-year suspended sentence.
Golatt was sentenced to 60 years in prison in April 2021 on 1st degree murder and simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms in the case.