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Woman Charged in Husband's Death Sentenced in Burglary Case

Woman Charged in Husband's Death Sentenced in Burglary Case



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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- A woman accused of plotting her ex-husband's death is headed to prison on a different charge.

Yesterday, Tamra Rhinehart was sentenced to one to 15-years in prison on second-degree felony charges of burglary and theft. She was found guilty of stealing money from her aunt's Providence home back in 2003, following a jury trial last month.

The judge suspended Rhinehart's prison sentenced, requiring her to spend an indeterminate amount of time in the Cache County Jail.

Rhinehart allegedly conspired with her boyfriend, Craig Duncan Nicholls, to kill her ex-husband, Michael Boudrero so she could collect on his life insurance.

Authorities say she purchased the insurance with the money she stole from her aunt.

Rhinehart will face another trial in April for aggravated murder.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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