A prosecutor has dropped the case filed against a northeast Nebraska woman accused of concealing her husband's death.
A judge granted a motion on Monday to dismiss the charge facing Jeanne Fry, of Madison.
County Attorney Joe Smith says the 64-year-old Fry has already spent six months in jail while her case was working its way through the courts. He also says Fry had been released on bond and was doing well in a community-based mental health program in Norfolk.
Fry had pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of concealing human remains.
Fry was arrested in November after the decomposing body of her 63-year-old husband, Jack, was found under a blanket in their camper at a Madison campground.
Investigators think he had been dead for months.