Woman pleads guilty to hindering prosecution in Queensbury stabbing case

WNYT Staff
Updated: November 22, 2019 05:35 PM
Created: November 22, 2019 02:44 PM

Ashley Bell pleaded guilty in court on Friday to one count of hindering prosecution.

The charge stems from the stabbing death of Christopher Goss in Queensbury.


Prosecutors says Bell helped her boyfriend Jesse Breault get rid of a knife he used in the crime.  

The previously charge of tampering with physical evidence against Ashley Bell was dropped.

Bell is set to be sentenced on January 15 to a minimum of six months in jail up to a maximum of one to three years in prison. 

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