Two men convicted in a plot to kill a Litchfield woman have been sentenced to jail time.
Danny Moore of Auburn and Robert Conn of Johnson were sentenced Friday by Sherman County District Judge Ronald Olberding. Moore was sentenced to one year for being an accessory to conspiring to kill the woman.
Conn, the former father-in-law of the victim, received a sentence of five to seven years for attempted conspiracy to commit murder.
Conn and four other Nemaha County residents were accused of conspiring to kill Alicia Siegel Conn. She was attacked Sept. 26, 2001, but escaped the attack in her home.
Soon afterward, her ex-husband, Bobby J. Conn, was arrested. The four others, including Robert Conn's wife, Estelle, have been convicted in the case.
Estelle Conn is serving a 10 to 20-year sentence at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women at York. Bobby J. Conn was sentenced in 2002 to up to 30 years in prison.
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