The estranged husband of a missing North Idaho woman was sentenced Monday to 33 months in prison. Charles Capone, a convicted felon, was found guilty of possessing weapons, found when police searched for his missing wife.

Rachael Anderson has been missing since April. Police say she was last known to be heading to Moscow to see Capone. Anderson and Capone were only married for three months when she accused him of pushing and trying to strangle her. She filed for divorce shortly after.

Monday in court, Anderson's daughters turned out and were upset at his sentence. In addition to the 33 months, he'll also be on supervised release for three years. Capone has to pay a $3,000 fine and undergo mental health counseling.

Capone's sister and some church members came to federal court in Coeur d'Alene Monday, but declined to be interviewed. Anderson's daughters say they're disappointed in the leniency of the sentence.