Miller-Grossman enters guilty plea

A Glendive woman has entered a plea agreement in the murder of Matthew Wiseman.

 

 

 

Posted February 28, 2014

By Lori Kesinger

A Glendive woman has entered a plea agreement in the murder of Matthew Wiseman.

On December 21, 2012, Glendive Police Dispatch received a call from Kelsea Wiseman stating her husband, Matthew, was dead. Officers responding to the call at the home found Wiseman dead with multiple stab wounds. Jessica Ann Miller-Grossman and Levi Stark were arrested in connection with the murder of Wiseman in May 2013.

Miller-Grossman entered guilty pleas for mitigated deliberate homicide by accountability, arson by accountability, and tampering with evidence by accountability. In exchange for the guilty pleas, the parties agreed to recommend the Court impose amended count one mitigated deliberate homicide: 40 years to the Montana Women’s Prison with the last 25 years suspended. However, the Court shall be bound to impose a sentence of no more than 40 years with the last 15 years suspended, and a parole restriction of no more than seven years; count two arson: ten years to the Montana Women’s Prison, and count three tampering with evidence: ten years to the Montana Women’s Prison. The counts are to run concurrent to each other.

The State agreed to dismiss the criminal offenses of criminal mischief and obstructing justice in accepting the binding plea agreements.

Stark was to appear in court February 25