Murder Suspect Found Competent To Stand Trial

One of the suspects in the murder of a Lincoln woman has been declared fit to stand trial. Aubrey Trail was found competent in Saline County court on Wednesday. Trail is scheduled to stand trial next summer and prosecutors will seek the death penalty.

According to an unsealed court documents, Loofe's dismembered remains were found in garbage bags east of Clay Center, Nebraska on December 4th and 5th of 2017. The documents also reveal that security video from Home Depot in Lincoln on November 15th shows Trail and Bailey Boswell, the other suspect being charged with murder in the case, purchasing tools and supplies believed to have been used in the dismemberment and disposal of Loofe's body.

A forensic pathologist determined Loofe's cause of death to be homicidal violence, including strangulation. Trail acknowledged that he strangled her with an extension cord and Boswell assisted in cleaning up the crime scene and disposing of Loofe’s body.

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