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Trial for woman delayed in slaying of Lincoln woman

Trial for woman delayed in slaying of Lincoln woman

WILBER, Neb. – A new trial starting date has been set in the slaying and dismemberment of a Lincoln woman. The first-degree murder trial of Bailey Boswell had been set to begin later this month in Lexington. But a Saline County judge agreed to a delay because of a family medical emergency within the court. The new date: Sept. 23. Boswell is charged in the November 2017 death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe. Boswell’s co-defendant, Aubrey Trail, was found guilty last year and also faces a possible death penalty. Boswell’s trial was moved to Dawson County because of pretrial publicity.

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