(Neb)-Thrill-Kill Dismemberment Trial Delayed And Moved
LEXINGTON, Neb. (AP) - The 1st-degree murder trial of the second defendant in the stalking-thrill killing of a Lincoln woman has been postponed 5 months and moved out of Saline County to Lexington, 170-miles to the east.
25-year old Bailey Boswell had requested a change of venue because of public about the case, including the trial and conviction of her co-defendant, 52-year old Aubrey Trail for the November 2017 death of 24-year old Sydney Loof.
Trail is awaiting sentencing for 1st-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and improper disposal of remains - the same charges facing Boswell.
Authorities say Boswell and Trail had used social media looking for a woman to kill and settled on Loofe, who was reported missing 2 days after going on a same-sex date with Boswell. Her body was found in 14 pieces in ditches along a state highway weeks after her disappearance.
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