Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County-- The family of 14 year old Tyler Winstead hoped that today would bring about some closure and some peace of mind as a guilty plea was expected from a woman involved in the case. Angelina DeAbreu was supposed to plead guilty to some charges including Tampering with Evidence and Filling False Reports. The plea never happened as DeAbreu changed her mind at the last minute. DeAbreu expected a sentence of probation but prosecutors wanted her to spend time in prison. District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis said, "We think she should go to prison for the pain and suffering she caused the Winstead family and the entire community." Attorney Tom Marsilio represents DeAbreu and told Eyewitness News, "in 99% of these kinds of case a sentence of probation is expected." Carol Golden, Winstead's grandmother was angry and said, "not good..not good I am not happy where is our justice where is peace for Tyler." DeAbreu faces up to nine years in prison if convicted. Her son Elijah, who admitted to accidentally shooting Winstead , remains in the custody of juvenile authorities.