ARDMORE, Okla., (KTEN) — An Ardmore woman convicted for her role in a May 2021 bank robbery was sentenced on Wednesday.

Kaitlyn Woodward, 19, initially faced felony charges for conjoint robbery. But her charges were reduced to conspiracy to commit conjoint robbery if she takes part in a young adult program for delayed sentencing. 

The Regimented Inmate Discipline program is for defendants between 18 and 22 years of age who plead guilty to nonviolent crimes.

Kaitlyn Woodward was convicted of the May 2021 robbery of an Ardmore bank.

In court, the judge asked Woodward what she learned from the RID program, to which she replied, “I don’t know.” 

Woodward and a juvenile robbed a Simmons Bank branch. Investigators said they tossed the cash out of their vehicle shortly after, just before Ardmore police tracked them down.

Woodward received a four-year deferred sentence with 18 months of probation.