TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI)- A sister suspected of hiding an accused murderer from authorities made an official plea agreement this morning.
Teresa Pitts pleaded guilty for assisting a criminal in the murder of 77-year-old Alice "Anita" Oswald.
She will spend two years of her sentence in the Indiana Department of Corrections, one year with Vigo County Community Corrections and one year on probation.
Oswald's body was recovered in November of 2017 after it had been shoved in a car and thrown into a pond.
Police said Pitts helped hide her brother, Kenneth, from authorities following the death of Oswald.
Kenneth Oswald is the main suspect for the killing of Oswald.
Pitts will reappear in court April 29th for her sentencing.
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