New Bond Restrictions Set For FDL Woman Suspected Of Helping Murderer

A Fond du Lac County judge set some new
bond guidelines for a 36-year-old Fond du Lac woman suspected of helping her
sister dispose of the body of a murder victim. Deputy District Attorney Dennis
Krueger says Judge Robert Wirtz ruled Friday that Tina Ewell must post $1,500 of her own funds and prove the source of those funds for
a $5,000 cash bond. She must also surrender her passport before she will be
allowed to go on a planned vacation. Ewell is suspected of helping her sister,
convicted murderer Eve Nance, of disposing of the body ot Nance’s husband Tim
Nance after she murdered him in November of 2013. Ewell has a preliminary
hearing on May 27th. Nance will be sentenced that same day. During a January
trial a jury found Nance guilty of murdering her husband.