- Associated Press - Thursday, February 19, 2015

SKOWHEGAN, Maine (AP) - A former Maine resident who pleaded guilty to her role in a 2013 New Hampshire murder will testify against her brother’s wife, accused of being an accomplice.

The Morning Sentinel (https://bit.ly/1AoES8x ) reports the testimony will delay former Skowhegan resident Michele Corson’s sentencing until November. The 45-year-old Corson pleaded guilty in May to charges of conspiracy to commit murder and conspiracy to hinder prosecution related to the death of Amanda Warf.

Warf was the ex-wife of Corson’s brother, Aaron Desjardins of Epping, New Hampshire. Desjardins also pleaded guilty in May and is scheduled to be sentenced March 6. He faces life in prison.

Court documents say Desjardins’ wife, Sarah Desjardins, is charged with being an accomplice to first-degree murder. She faces life in prison if convicted and maintains her innocence.

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Information from: Morning Sentinel, https://www.onlinesentinel.com/


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