ShyAnne Parrott Teen Killer Murders Love Rival

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Shyanne Parrott was seventeen years old when she murdered a love rival by running down the woman with a truck. According to court documents Shyanne Parrott and the woman were involved in a series of conflicts involving dating the same man.

Those conflicts would come to a brutal end when the teen killer would drive onto a sidewalk, striking and killing the woman before driving off. Shyanne Parrott would plead guilty to second degree murder and would be sentenced to fifty years to eighty years in prison

Shyanne Parrott 2021 Information

shyanne parrott 2021

Last:
Parrott
First:
Shyanne
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Details
Gender:
FEMALE
Race:
WHITE
Date of Birth:
06/27/1998
Facility:
NEBRASKA CORR CENTER FOR WOMEN
 
 

Sentence Information
Sentence Dates
Facility:
NEBRASKA CORR CENTER FOR WOMEN




Total Sentence:
50 Years   0 Months   0 Days  
To 80 Years   0 Months   0 Days  
Sentence Begin Date:
07/20/2016
Good Time Law:
191
Projected Release Date:
09/27/2055
 
Parole Information
Parole Eligibility Date:
09/12/2040

Shyanne Parrott More News

A teen accused ofrunning down a woman with a pickup truck in Nebraska City

entered a plea in Otoe County Court on Tuesday.

ShyAnne Parrott, 18, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Other charges of first-degree murder, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, and failing to stop and render aid were dropped.

Parrott is accused of running down 20-year-old Amber Shipley with a pickup in September 2015. Investigators said Shipley was on the sidewalk outside of the Nebraska City library when Parrott drove her pickup truck onto the sidewalk, striking Shipley, before she drove off.

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Tuesday, many of Amber’s family members gathered inside Otoe County District Court. It was an emotional day in court for Shipley’s mother, Sherry Bright.

“To hear her say that she did it. She actually had to say I’m guilty. I did it,” said Bright.

Tuesday’s proceedings brought some comfort to Amber’s mother who still clings tightly to her daughter’s ashes.

“This is all I’ve got of my little girl,” Bright told WOWT 6 News

Parrott’s father later turned his daughter over to police. Shipleypassed away at a hospital days after the incident

. The pickup that was used in the attack belongs to Parrott’s dad; it’s still a sore subject for amber’s mother.

“I called the police department the other day, because I wanted to know what was going to happen to the truck, and they told me they still had it in evidence, and he wasn’t sure when, but it would go back to her dad when it was released. My request to him would be to crush it! Destroy it! I don’t want to see that truck going down the street,” said Bright.

Despite all that the drama that may have existed between Amber and ShyAnne, Defense Attorney Jerry Sena says he knows firsthand how sorry his client is.

“She’s told me many times, that’s one of the hardest things for her is to live with the fact that Amber’s gone,” said Sena.

Parrott will be sentenced on July 21st.

“She should not be out in time to have the life she took from my daughter,” Bright said.

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Shyanne Parrott Other News

Nebraska City teen who pleaded guilty to fatally striking a woman with a pickup truck was sentenced Wednesday to 50 to 80 years in prison.

Shyanne Parrott, now 18, ran over 20-year-old Amber Shipley in September 2015 outside the Nebraska City library, killing her. Parrott pleaded guilty to an amended second-degree murder charge on July 6.

She will receive credit for 311 days served and could be eligible for parole after 25 years, according to the good-time law.

Otoe County Attorney David Partsch had said Parrott and Shipley were involved in a verbal confrontation at the library. Parrott left in her father’s pickup truck and saw Shipley standing outside waiting for a friend.

Parrott drove past Shipley, who threw her coat and walked confrontationally toward the truck, Partsch said.

Parrott turned around and struck Shipley head on, dragging her underneath the truck. Shipley died nine days later of blunt force head trauma.

Parrott’s attorney, Jerry Sena of Omaha, had called the incident a “sudden impulse” that lasted 60 seconds.

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  1. Shyanne Parrott Now

    Shyanne Parrott is currently incarcerated at the Nebraska Correctional Center For Women

  2. Shyanne Parrott Release Date

    Shyanne Parrott is eligible for parole in 2040 her max date is in 2096

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