Samantha Sevier-Smith is just one of four charged in the 2005 deaths of Patrick Dickey and Billy Drumm III. This week a plea agreement spared her from the death penalty and life in prison. Sevier-Smith, her sister-in-law, brother and another man are accused of killing and then trying to cover up the murders of Dickey and Drumm by burning their bodies and the weapons used in the shooting. Deputies say their bodies were burned beyond recognition. T.J. Sevier was sentenced to 86-years in prison for his involvement. Samantha will spend a maximum of 67-years in jail. She was convicted on six counts stemming from the murders. Kristy Sevier and Charles Hutchinson are yet to be tried for their involvement. Hutchison faces a capital murder conviction.