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Post Time:2014-09-18 00:39:48 Shannon Robertson, 44, smiled warmly at loved ones Monday afternoon as she entered Tippecanoe Superior Court 2 in a cool green inmate uniform and shackles. Her convictions for criminal recklessness and pointing a firearm, Class D felonies, were merged with that sentence.While a jury determined that Robertson didn't aim to kill her victim, Judge Thomas Busch said during Monday's sentencing hearing that she did aim pulseras new balance originales to damage the victim's relationship with his wife and kids.Deputy Prosecutor Jessica Paxson said testimony during the trial indicated Robertson had allegely engaged in prostitution for years without being charged.Paxson noted that Robertson sent about 500 text messages to the victim in the span of a week just prior to the incident, even though the victim didn't respond and asked her to stop.She even violated a no contact order while incarcerated by sending a letter from jail to the victim, which Busch new balance kids shoes sale noted as "a matter of concern."Defense attorney Robert Little argued that mental illness suffered by his client power balance bracelet reviews played a role in her decision July 7 to drive from Louisville to Indianapolis, where she obtained a shotgun from her father, then on to West Lafayette, where she waited until nightfall to lure the man described as her ex boyfriend out of his home on Villefranche Drive.Little said the circumstances of that incident are unlikely to reoccur and that Robertson plans to move to Marion County with her fiance.The sentence handed down by Busch includes a recommendation that Robertson undergo intensive psychotherapy and depression treatment while in custody, in addition to a course on nonviolent alternatives.