Third Person Sentenced in Connection with Katelyn Wolfe Murder Investigation

By Katie Hargitt

Published 06/06 2014 02:54PM

Updated 06/06 2014 07:00PM

Friday Tamera Crosley was back in court on charges surrounding the investigation of Katelyn Wolfe's murder.

This final chapter comes on the one year anniversary of Wolfe's father reporting her disappearance. Randal Crosley and Jordan Buskirk pleaded guilty to killing the teenager and dumping her body in a Sullivan lake. She was found five days after her murder. 

Tamera Crosley pleaded guilty to lying to police. As part of the agreement, she now must tell police the truth about what she knows about the murder. Officers interviewed Crosley twice throughout their investigation. Crosley also pleaded guilty to charges of theft from the Walmart in Linton. She will now serve up to six months in jail, a year worth of probation and a $35 fine.

Crosley was not immediately taken to jail. The judge ordered her to report to the Greene County Jail on Monday in order to arrange care for her child. Randal Crosley and Buskirk both face 65 years in jail for their roles in the murder.

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