LINCOLN, Neb. – Bailey Boswell and Aubrey Trail, both persons of interest in the disappearance and death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe, appeared in federal court on unrelated charges in Lincoln on Thursday.
On Dec. 12, the two were indicted for their involvement in fraudulent activities including the transportation of stolen goods, securities, money, state tax stamps, or articles used in aiding and abetting these types of crimes.
They were taken into custody in Missouri in late November on outstanding warrants unrelated to the Loofe investigation. They were eventually transported to the Saline County Jail in Nebraska were they are being held.
Boswell appeared first on Thursday, around 12:30 p.m., dressed in an orange Saline County Jail jumpsuit. She plead not guilty to one count of interstate transport of stolen goods.
If convicted, the crime carries a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
Trail appeared in court later in the afternoon, also wearing an orange jumpsuit, and plead not guilty to one count of interstate transport of stolen goods.
His attorney said he expects additional charges likely related to the Loofe case to be coming in the next few weeks.
Trail and Boswell will both appear in a joint 3-day trial, scheduled to start on Feb. 12.