Suspect in Williston homicide turns herself inWILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — A woman charged in a Williston homicide has turned herself in.
WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — A woman charged in a Williston homicide has turned herself in.
Thirty-three-year-old Teresa Steen, of Williston, had been wanted since Monday on a warrant for facilitation of murder. Williams County Sheriff's Detective Amanda McNamee tells The Bismarck Tribune that Steen turned herself in Tuesday night.
Steen is one of six people charged in the fatal shooting of 58-year-old hobby rancher Jack Sjol. The other five already are in custody.
Sjol's body was found May 14 in a garbage dump, three weeks after his family reported him missing. Authorities haven't discussed a possible motive in his death.
Court documents do not list an attorney for Steen. Her bond was set Wednesday at $25,000. She's due back in court on Aug. 13 and could enter a plea at that time.