Tamera Crosley Sentencing
The wife of one of two men who pled guilty to murdering Linton teenager Katelyn Wolfe one year ago Friday was sentenced Friday for lying to police.
The Greene County Daily World reports Tamera Crosley was sentenced for obstruction of justice as well as an unrelated charge of conspiracy to commit theft from Wal-Mart.
Crosley was ordered to serve six-months in jail on each count, but that was suspended to about six days on each count and time served.
Following release, she will be placed on probation.
Crosley's husband, Randal Crosley, and Jordan Buskirk, are serving 65-year prison terms for Katelyn’s murder.