Marshall woman must serve jail on anniversary of victims death

A Marshall woman is sentenced to ten months in jail for helping to hide the corpse of 21-year old Jesse Faber of Sun Prairie, but must also serve week-long jail stints to coincide with Faber’s birthday and the anniversary of his death.

Faber’s father, Daniel Faber, recommended the unique jail term during Monday’s sentencing of 52-year old Meichelle Goss.

Earlier this year, Goss’s boyfriend, Daniel Lieske was found guilty of first degree intentional homicide in the shooting of Faber Jan. 16, 2018. Authorities say Lieske shot Faber sometime after breaking up a party next door involving Faber, Goss’s son and other young people.

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