The woman who supplied the gun to the man who shot and killed two employees at the DeWitt Chili’s restaurant last fall has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.

Tracey Brown will also serve 5 years of post-release supervison.

She accepted a plea deal back in May, admitting to first-degree robbery and agreed to further action against William Wood Jr., the gunman who was sentenced to life in prison without parole back in April and may still face the death penalty.

The charges stem from Wood’s  attack on the restaurant on Erie Blvd. in which he killed former co-workers Kristopher Hicks and Stephen Gudknecht during a robbery in September. Wood also meant to shoot more people at Chili’s but his gun jammed.

Police said in exchange for allegedly giving Wood the gun, Brown expected to be paid a cut of the money stolen in the robbery. 

Also charged in the case were Ronald Green, who was the getaway driver, and Jerome Pinkard, who sold the gun to Wood after getting it from Brown.