(Neb)-Woman Takes Plea Deal In Chappell Stabbing Death
CHAPPELL, Neb. (AP) - A Chappell woman charged with 1st degree murder in the stabbing death of a Chappell man earlier this year has accepted a plea agreement with reduced charges.
39-year old Susan Glenn pleaded No Contest in Deuel County District Court to single counts of 1st-degree and 2nd-degree assault. Glenn originally faced charges of 1st-degree murder, felony use of a deadly weapon, and 1st-degree assault.
District Judge Derek Weimer set sentencing for January 14th, but also ordered Glenn to undergo a 90-day mental health evaluation. She faces between 1-and-50 years on the 1st-degree assault charge and up 20-years for 2nd-degree assault.
Investigators said Glenn stabbed Robert Mick on January 13th. A woman standing outside a mobile home talking to Mick told investigators she was on the phone with 911 dispatchers when Glenn came out of the residence, stabbed Mick, and fled in her car.
Glenn was arrested later in the day and acknowledged to investigators that she stabbed Mick, who died four days later.
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