Lehigh Acres woman connected to Club Blu shooting set to plead guilty

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — A Lehigh Acres woman has decided to plead guilty on Friday to gun-related charges in connection to the Club Blu shooting.

Jazmin Challana Barron, 33, previously pleaded not guilty in August to lying about her address when purchasing a gun in 2015.

The address mix-up was due to a “paperwork error” from using a previous address on her drivers license when purchasing the gun, said her attorney, Robert Harris, who added that Barron has since moved multiple times.

Investigators said they found shell casings that matched Barron’s gun at the scene of the deadly shooting. She told authorities she bought them at the Lehigh Acres Gun Shop in February and initially claimed the gun was stolen.

If convicted, she faces five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

No arrests have been made for the deaths of Stef’an Strawder and Sean Archilles or those injured in the shooting.

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