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New Details in Next Chapter of Katelyn Wolfe Case

Tamera Crosley is the wife of Randal Crosley - one of the men charged with the murder of Katelyn Wolfe. Now, the 19-year-old is behind bars, facing charges of false informing, obstruction of justice, and conspiracy to commit theft.
New details on the third person arrested in connection to the murder of a Greene County teen this summer.

Tamera Crosley is the wife of Randal Crosley - one of the men charged with the murder of Katelyn Wolfe.

Now, the 19-year-old is behind bars, facing charges of false informing, obstruction of justice, and conspiracy to commit theft.

NBC 2's Morgan Moore explains this latest chapter in the Katelyn Wolfe case.

The following is according to the probable cause filed in Greene County court: 

The wife of a murder suspect now finds herself behind bars, accused of lying to police throughout the initial murder investigation.

It all started in June.

Officers questioned Tamera Crosely about her husband, Randal's, role in the death of 19-year-old Katelyn Wolfe.

Randal admitted to selling Valium to Katelyn, and told investigators he had more pills at home.

Tamera quickly admitted to throwing them away -- saying she was worried about how it looked -- and she didn't know her husband was involved in drugs.
   
Through the investigation, though, officers learned from phone records that Tamera was aware of and involved in the illegal drug activity.

Police also say Tamera changed her story to help cover up for Randal.

In an early interview, she told detectives she and her husband never used handcuffs or other explicit items.

Two weeks later though -- after details of wolfe's murder emerged -- Tamera's story was different.

A detective wrote in the probable cause: "I believe that Tamera Crosely's statement on June 24th, 2013, was an attempt to provide an explanation for Randal Crosley..."

That's not all though.

Just last month, a Linton police officer came across a 14-year-old trying to steal things from Wal-Mart..

The teen said it was for a baby sibling, so the officer paid for the items himself.

Just minutes later, someone else tried to return those same items for cash. This man told officers that Tamera Crosley asked him to make the return, and she was going to put the money into her husband's jail account.

Tamera Crosely being held at the Greene County Jail on $9,000 bond, with 10-percent allowed.

Randal Crosley  is set to go before a jury in May.

The other suspect -- Jordan Buskirk -- agreed to plead guilty and testify against Crosely in the trial.
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