Hemingford woman enters not guilty plea
A Hemingford woman charged with a felony for allegedly being an accessory in the murder of a former Alliance resident has entered a plea of not guilty.
Trial for 20-year-old Rose Siefke is set for the January 28 jury term in Box Butte County District Court.
Recently, District judge Travis O'Gorman overruled a motion by Siefke to have her case dismissed.
Siefke is charged with being an accessory in the December, 2011 death of Josh Bullock, a former Alliance resident who was residing in Denver.
Siefke is accused of assisting 27-year-old Andy Gonzalez of Alliance in burning Gonzalez' vehicle with Bullock's body in it. Investigators say that happened in early December of last year in an area south of Chadron. Authorities say the two then returned to the area two days later and Gonzalez buried the body.
During a June 12 standoff with law enforcement in downtown Alliance, Gonzalez confessed to law enforcement that he had killed Bullock and buried his body in rural Dawes County.
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