A second woman has been convicted in a Lynchburg shoe attack. Kierra Culpepper pleaded guilty to malicious wounding Thursday in connection with a February 11 beating that left another woman with serious injuries to her eye. Prosecutors say Culpepper started the fight that ended with Robin Rose hospitalized after she was struck in the eye by a high-heeled shoe. Culpepper previously faced an aggravated malicious wounding charge related to the attack at the Koto restaurant, but that charge was reduced as part of a plea agreement a sentencing hearing is set for Apr. 12. Another woman, Jasmine Rucker, entered an Alford plea earlier this month to one count of malicious wounding.