A Broken Arrow woman who pleaded guilty to an illegal weapon possession charge linked to an altercation with another driver last year was sentenced Friday.
Stephanie Ann Manning, 31, was ordered to serve a two-year federal prison sentence followed by nine months of supervised release as part of a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Manning pleaded guilty April 13 in Tulsa federal court to one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
A grand jury indicted Manning on Nov. 17, 2020, on the weapons charge, along with one count of assault with a dangerous weapon in Indian Country and one misdemeanor assault count.
Broken Arrow police said at the time of her arrest that Manning had shot at the other vehicle twice with a handgun after it collided with her vehicle near the intersection of Aspen (145th East) Avenue and Kenosha (71st) Street.
The plea agreement originally called for Manning to serve a four-year prison term. But that was amended after the U.S. Probation Office noticed a contradiction in the original plea deal, according to court records.
Meanwhile, Manning could face additional state charges linked to an unrelated October arrest.
Tulsa police arrested her early on Oct. 30 after an officer witnessed Manning’s car strike her police vehicle while she was not in it and then drive off.
Police pursued the vehicle and arrested Manning on complaints of hit and run, eluding, child endangerment and driving under the influence.
A child was in Manning’s vehicle at the time.
A judge revoked Manning’s pretrial release on the federal charge and ordered her jailed following her October arrest.
A spokesperson for the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office said Friday that the case was still under consideration for the filing of charges.
Kelsy Schlotthauer contributed to this story.