Rachel Rentoul was sentenced in connection with a January 2014 case that resulted in the shooting of two men.
A Wilmington woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for her part in an January 2014 Millsboro home invasion that led to the shooting deaths of two Millsboro men.
Rachel Rentoul will be 46 years old when she completes her 15-year sentence. Rentoul pled guilty to charges of home invasion, first-degree robbery and second-degree conspiracy during an Aug. 10 appearance in Sussex County Superior Court, said Department of Justice spokesman Carl Kanefsky. The sentence includes six months of work release and two years on probation.
Rentoul also must take part in a substance abuse treatment program, Kanefsky said.
Rentoul was accused of helping plan the January 2014 home invasion where Cletis Nelson and William Hopkins were shot to death during the home invasion on Harmon’s Hill Road, Millsboro.