A jury found a woman guilty Wednesday taking the life of a female who vanished after a Tinder date and whose dismembered remains were later on found in trash bags along rural Nebraska roadways.
Jurors took less than four hours to find Bailey Boswell, 26, guilty of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of human remains in the 2017 murder of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe of Lincoln, the Omaha World-Herald reported.
Boswell’s defense had argued she was forced by her man to go along with the killing and dismemberment, however state prosecutors stated Boswell acted in tandem with Aubrey Trail, 54, to met and take Loofe’s life.
Boswell might end up being the first lady sent to death row in Nebraska when she’s sentenced at a later date. Trail was found guily in 2019 and also deals with a possible death sentence.
Detectives state Boswell arranged a date with Loofe, a Lincoln store clerk, through the dating app Tinder for Nov. 15, 2017– the exact same day officials state Loofe was murdered. Loofe was reported missing by her family, and a huge search was launched. Her remains weren’t found until Dec. 4, when her dismembered body was found packed into garbage bags that had been dumped in a field near Edgar, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) southwest of Lincoln.