Motion Denied To Allow Murder Suspect To Have Contact With Her Sister
A 37-year-old Fond du Lac woman accused of murdering her husband won’t be allowed to have contact with her sister. Fond du Lac County Judge Gary Sharpe Monday denied a motion from the lawyer for Eve Nance that would have allowed her to have contact with her sister Tina Ewell. Last November both women were facing possible hiding a corpse and obstruction charges when Timothy Nance couldn’t be located. However Eve Nance eventually told investigators she had dumped his body in some woods in Milwaukee and charges against Ewell were dropped. Nance is suspected of shooting her husband to death in the bathroom of their home last November 1st. She reported him missing several days later. Nance is being held in the County Jail on a $300,000 cash bond. A plea and sentencing hearing is scheduled for June 17th and if she maintains her innocence a 10-day jury trial will start on August 25th.
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