A Baltimore woman who killed a 34-year-old man and injured two women during a shootout was sentenced to 100 years in prison on Tuesday.
Thirty-one-year-old Marion, aka “Nephew,” Daughton, once Public Enemy No. 1, was involved in a 2016 shootout. She shot a pregnant woman and another female in their legs and fatally shot Daniel Smalls, during the shootout in the 2600 block of East Monument in East Baltimore.
In July, Daughton was found guilty of using a handgun in a violent crime and second-degree murder.
According to court documents, Marion Doughton and the women were involved in an ongoing dispute, which turned deadly on September 5, 2016.