Trail, Boswell charged with murder of Sydney Loofe

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell have been charged in connection to the death of Sydney Loofe.

The Nebraska Attorney General's office said 1st-degree murder and improper disposal of human skeletal remains charges were filed against Trail and Boswell Monday.

They'll appear in Saline County court Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Lincoln Police Department released a statement Tuesday morning.

"On behalf of the Lincoln Police Department and all involved law enforcement, we again extend our deepest heartfelt condolences to Sydney's parents, George and Susie, her brother and sister, her friends, and all that were fortunate enough to know her. All media inquiries into this case will be referred to the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office."

Timeline of events:
Nov. 14- Boswell picks up Loofe, the two hang out

Nov. 15- Boswell picks up Loofe again, they hang out, according to Boswell, Loofe asks to be dropped off at friend’s house

Nov. 16- Loofe is reported missing

Nov. 19- Trail’s home is searched in Wilber

Nov. 28- Boswell and Trail are named persons of interest in the case

Nov. 29- Trail and Boswell release a video on Facebook titled “our side of it,” which was quickly removed

Authorities launch a large search in Saline and Gage counties

Trail says in new Facebook video, which is later removed, they've decided to turn themselves in because it's their only viable option

Dec. 4- FBI recovers Loofe’s body in rural Clay County

Dec. 5- FBI and LPD hold press conference regarding Loofe's case, authorities say there’s evidence of foul play

Trail and Boswell are persons of interest still being held in Saline County Jail after their arrests in Taney County, Missouri

Dec. 7- Boswell and Trail charged with transporting stolen merchandise across state lines, declared flight risks after Boswell said she’s leaving the country

Dec. 12- Indicted on transporting stolen items, remain incarcerated for it

Jan. 4- Trail is no longer at the Saline County jail, is moved to max security detention center in Leavenworth, Kansas

Boswell is still in the Saline County jail

Jan. 18- Boswell and Trail are indicted on more than dozen federal fraud charges

Jan. 22- Boswell pleads not guilty to federal fraud charges

Jan. 25- Trail pleads not guilty to federal fraud charges

Feb. 2- Trail tells 1011 NOW he killed Loofe

March 13- The federal fraud trial for Trail and Boswell is continued until May

March 22- Trail requests change of plea hearing for his case relating to federal fraud charges

April 3- Trail signs a plea agreement

May 4- Boswell signs a plea agreement

May 8- Both Trail and Boswell change their pleas to guilty in the federal fraud case, they're set for sentencing in August and face 10 years in prison

June 11- Trail and Boswell are charged with 1st-degree murder and improper disposal of human skeletal remains in Loofe's death

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