Woman pleads guilty in Charles Bell disappearance, homicide
BOONE COUNTY - Jennifer Freeman pleaded guilty on Monday in a case involving the 2011 disappearance of a Harrisburg man.
Freeman is charged with hindering prosecution of a felony and tampering with physical evidence. Her trial was scheduled to begin next week.
According to a 2014 probable cause statement Freeman told the Boone County Sherrif's Office she assisted in cleaning the crime scene and disposing of 34-year-old Charles Bell's body.
Bell was last seen on September 15, 2011, and was reported missing three days later. Deputies then classified Bell's disppaerance as a homicide.
Freeman was sentenced today to six consecutives years in prison. This is concurrent to six years she is already serving for a Boone County case invovling stealing.
Major Tom Reddin with the Boone County Sheriff's Department told KOMU 8 News this investigation is open and they will continue to pursue leads in this case.