Inmate: Utah man hoped snowstorm would cover girl’s body
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"Don’t do that," Aeschlimann said. "You know the answer."
Dea Millerberg, 40, is charged with desecration of a human body related to the girl’s death. Her trial is scheduled for April. She was granted "use immunity" for her testimony Wednesday, meaning it can’t be used against her.
Charges were never filed against Smith, as he had made a deal with police that if he led them to the girl’s body, he would not be charged.
Prosecutors expect to rest their case by mid-day Friday.
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