An Indiana woman who pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence in connection to a Dayton standoff was sentenced to prison Thursday morning.
Paige Millikan, 34, was sentenced to one year in prison.
She faced a maximum sentence of 36 months.
Millikan accepted a plea deal in June, according to Montgomery County court records. The deal resulted in an obstruction of justice charge being dismissed.
In April, she was arrested at Arnold Place apartments after a nine-hour standoff with her boyfriend, Andrew Alcorn, who was named a person of interested in an Indiana homicide.
Alcorn reportedly shot himself in the head during the standoff and was taken to the hospital for treatment. He was later released and arrested.
Millikan is not believed to be connected to the homicide.
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