Ky’Andrea Cook, six months removed from her 18th birthday, is scheduled to spend most of the next two decades of her life in prison, something she thought she'd never have to do for a single day, even after she decided to plead no contest to carjacking and battery charges.
Police said she arranged a ruse meeting for sex with an older man knowing it was a setup for a robbery by her boyfriend.
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DAYTONA BEACH — An 18-year-old woman was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in state prison for using a dating app to set up a robbery that resulted in the shooting of another teen.
That charge carried a maximum penalty of life in prison.
The plea didn't challenge prosecutors' assertions in March, when she was a Mainland High School student, Cook lured Perry Nida, a 27-year-old Palm Coast man, to a meeting in South Daytona where he expected to sell her some marijuana and then they would have sex.
As she continued to weep, her daughter began mirroring her anguish.
Rake says he was blindsided by the arrest, and he is telling quite a different story than the one the police are sharing with the media.
Rake says he was no drug dealer at all, just a guy looking to hook up with a pretty woman he met online.
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