Second person found guilty in Bret Snow murder case
SPOKANE, Wash. — A second person has been convicted in the disappearance and murder of Bret Snow.
Colby Vodder was convicted of first-degree murder on Monday.
In March, a jury found Cheryl L. Sutton guilty of first-degree murder. A three-year investigation found Sutton “organized, managed and directed several persons to engage in criminal activity for profit.” Detectives said this led to the kidnapping and murder of Snow.
Snow went missing in 2015. His body has never been found.
Two additional suspect, Alvaro Guajardo and Kenneth Stone, are being held in the Spokane County Jail as they await trial.
Vodder’s sentencing hearing is set for July 10.
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