A 19-year-old Kalispell woman accused of stealing marijuana plants from a man who’d been beaten to death pleaded guilty last week to theft and evidence tampering.
Karrolyn Robinson also was accused of deleting potentially incriminating text messages. From the Associated Press:
Robinson’s common-law husband – Robert A. Lake, 22, – along with Jeffrey A. Nixon, 19, are charged with deliberate homicide in the April beating death of medical marijuana patient Wesley Collins.
Robinson admitted taking marijuana plants from Collins’ apartment and to asking Lake’s brother to delete text messages from Robert Lake’s cell phone before she turned it over to police.
Police found three marijuana plants and many of Collins’ personal belongings, including a television and prescription medications, during a search of Robinson’s apartment.
Scheduling is set for Nov. 24. Her plea agreement calls for 15 years in prison with seven suspended.