HEMINGFORD, Neb. — A Hemingford woman was sentenced Monday to 20 to 60 months in prison on charges she helped her boyfriend cover up the murder of a Colorado man.
In May, Rose Siefke, 20, agreed to plead guilty to being an accessory to a felony in the killing of 38-year-old Josh Bullock. With good time, Siefke could serve just 10 months in prison.
In court documents, law enforcement accused Siefke of helping her boyfriend, Andres Gonzalez, cover up Bullock's murder.
Gonzalez died in a June 12, 2012, standoff with police at an Alliance pharmacy after killing his father and injuring three officers and a hostage, but not before confessing to killing Bullock.
Bullock had been reported missing in early December 2011.
DNA testing indicated that human remains found in a burnt pickup near Chadron were those of Bullock.