Murder Victim’s Family Upset By Delays In Court Case

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The case of three people arrested on charges of murdering an Edgewater woman has been postponed.

Heather DeWild went missing in July 2003 after visiting her estranged husband’s home in Edgewater. Daniel DeWild, David DeWild and Roseanne DeWild were all arrested in December.

A grand jury said the trio worked together to cover up the murder.

The defense wants the prosecution to explain why David and Roseanne are facing murder charges.

Heather’s family members are trying to understand the delay.

“We obviously want the court proceedings to get justice for Heather so we just keep praying that she does get justice,” Rebecca Barger told CBS4.

The DeWilds were set to get a divorce the week after she was found dead.

The hearing has been rescheduled for March 2.

RELATED: DeWild Case Arrests Bring Up Bad Memories For Victim’s Sister


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