The Edgewater man who was tried in the death of his estranged wife pleaded guilty on Thursday after a jury came back with a split verdict last month.
Nine years after she went missing and her body was discovered, there is a guilty plea in the murder of Heather DeWild.
A woman accused of helping her husband cover up a murder will not face murder charges, but she’s not off the hook.
A pair of Jefferson County brothers will stand trial for the 2003 murder of Heather DeWild. A judge made the ruling Friday after reviewing grand jury testimony.
A judge ruled Friday afternoon that two brothers will go on trial for the murder of one of their wives.
The case of three people arrested on charges of murdering an Edgewater woman has been postponed.
A Jefferson County woman is “feeling like there’s some justice” after the arrests this week of three people in the death of her sister eight years ago. The suspects made their first appearances in court on Thursday morning.
Police have arrested the estranged husband of an Edgewater woman as well as two others eight years after the woman’s decomposed body was found wrapped in trash bags along Highway 6.
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