A Bend woman has pleaded guilty to assault and to helping Caleb Cegers avoid authorities. Cegers is the man accused of killing a Redmond man in downtown Bend last summer.
Sadie Madalyn Cole, 21, pleaded guilty Monday to one count of hindering prosecution and one count of fourth-degree assault.
According to the plea document, the parties recommend that Cole receive 18 months probation, 10 days in jail with credit for time served. She is to have no contact with Cegers, the assault victim or Duda’s Bar. Sentencing is set for Friday.
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Caleb Cegers, 20, is charged with murder in the shooting death of Taylor Wyss outside of Duda’s on NW Wall Street on August 10.
Cegers and his brother, Dahnte, were captured in Tennessee a few days later and returned to Deschutes County.
Caleb Cegers is charged with second-degree murder, first degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon. His next hearing is set for Jan. 8.
Dahnte Cegers is facing one count of hindering prosecution. His next hearing is Feb. 2.