Woman pleads guilty in connection with Indiana killings of 2

A woman has pleaded guilty to attempted robbery in connection with the fatal April shootings of two women in Fort Wayne.

Marina Zrnic, 31, pleaded guilty Monday in Allen County. She was originally charged with felony murder and robbery, but those charges will be dismissed if a judge accepts her plea agreement. Her sentencing is tentatively set for March 4.

Zrnic was charged in the April 20 shooting deaths of Jennifer Dray, 40, and Amanda Shroyer, 30, in a home in Fort Wayne.

Two men — Ronald W. Price, 48, and Joshua Dube, 36 — are also charged in Dray and Shroyer’s killings.

Zrnic has identified Price as the gunman who killed the women. She told homicide detectives that Price came with her to the home and as they reached the front door, he pushed past her “and just started shooting,” The Journal Gazette reported.

Price was arrested in September and his trial is scheduled to begin Jan. 25.

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