2016 News Releases

WaKeeney man sentenced to more than 9 years in prison for conspiracy to commit murder

Release Date: Feb 18, 2016

WAKEENEY– (February 18, 2016) – A WaKeeney man was sentenced today to more than nine years in prison for conspiracy to commit murder, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.

Scott Bollig, 32, was sentenced in Trego County District Court by Judge Glenn Braun to 117 months to be served in the Kansas Department of Corrections. Bollig was convicted by a jury in November 2015 of one count of conspiracy to commit first-degree premeditated murder. The conviction stemmed from a crime that occurred in January 2014.   

The case was investigated by the WaKeeney Police Department and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. Assistant Attorney General Jessica Domme and former Assistant Attorney General Nicole Romine of Schmidt’s office prosecuted the case.

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