It took only three-and-a-half hours for the jury to convict a Nebraska woman accused of luring a woman to her basement on Tinder. She then killed her and scattered her dismembered parts around the county, according to Oxygen.
Prosecutors said Bailey Boswell, 26, carried out the attack with her boyfriend Aubrey Trail, 53. Trail has already been found guilty of first-degree murder in the same case last year, according to the Omaha World Herald.
Boswell was convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of human remains pertaining to the death of Sydney Loofe, 24.
Search crews found Loofe’s body parts stuffed in trash bags roughly three weeks after the murder, according to New York Daily News.
Boswell may now be the first woman in Nebraska’s history to be sentenced to death row. A three-judge panel will decided on this, though the trial has not been set yet.
Trail is set to be sentenced Dec. 15, and also faces the possible death penalty.
During his trial last year, Trail claimed he killed Loofe on accident while choking her during sex. According to New York Daily News, he even slit his own throat in the courtroom saying, “Bailey is innocent and I curse you all.”
Prosecutors believe the couple worked together to introduce women to witchcraft and sexual fantasies that involved torture, according to KLKN.
Loofe disappeared on Nov. 15, 2017.
A few days after she disappeared, Boswell and Trail posted a video on Facebook, talking about Boswell’s relationship with Loofe and saying the police were holding back proof they were innocent. Months later the couple was arrested after surveillance footage surfaced of them shopping for tools they used to cut up the victim’s body.