One of the men accused in the 2011 shooting of John Edward Travierso Sr. was sentenced to 20 years in prison while the woman who drove the car that night got 10 years. The trial for a third defendant was rescheduled to June 19. 30-year-old William Dallas Forrester pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of second-degree murder in Dickson County Circuit Court Tuesday for the Oct. 22, 2011, shooting death of 47-year-old Travierso. Assistant District Attorney Ray Crouch told the court that Forrester was one of two men who entered the Travierso home on Robin Hood Road “to steal a small amount of marijuana.” Travierso’s son John-John told investigators his father refused to comply with the men’s orders and was shot in the abdomen. He died the following day. 26-year-old Angela Marie Warner pleaded guilty Tuesday to a reduced charge of conspiracy to commit second-degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. When Judge Robert Burch asked Warner what she did the night of the shooting, she wiped away tears while wearing handcuffs as she replied, “I drove the car.” Additional counts of aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery against Forrester and Warner were dropped by the state in the plea bargain agreement. The third defendant, 26-year-old James Denver Case, declined the state’s plea offer and Burch rescheduled his trial on a charge of first-degree murder for June 19. Warner was classified as a Range I offender, which means she will be eligible for parole consideration after serving 30 percent of her sentence. Burch told Forrester he was being classified as having to serve 100 percent of his 20-year sentence, but said the reality under current statutes is that means parole eligibility after serving 85 percent. With credit for more than a year he has already been in jail, Forrester could be eligible for release in less than 16 years.