Man pleads guilty in 2003 plot to kill brother’s wife

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GOLDEN, Colo. – A Jefferson County man faces a minimum of 10 years in prison for his role in the death of his sister-in-law in 2003, after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit second degree murder.

David DeWild, 40, his wife Mary Roseanne DeWild, 51, and his twin brother Daniel DeWild are accused of killing Daniel’s estranged wife, Heather DeWild, approximately one week before the couple’s final divorce hearing.

The victim’s body was found more than a month after her disappearance.

Daniel DeWild faces first degree murder and conspiracy to commit first degree murder charges. His two-week trial is set to begin on Oct. 2.

Mary Roseanne DeWild is facing charges of accessory to commit first degree murder. She’s in court on August 20 for a pretrial conference. Her trail is set for Oct. 30.

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