MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Hutchinson woman has been sentenced for her role in the death of Christopher Rossing.

On Thursday in Wright County Court, Gwen Butcher received a stay of imposition, credit for 11 days, 20 years of probation and other fines & conditions. She previously pleaded guilty to obstructing justice.

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In October 2015, Robert Nuttall of Hutchinson was sentenced to 22 years in prison in connection to Rossing’s death. He previously pleaded guilty to unintentionally murdering Rossing during a fight last summer.

Nuttall and his girlfriend, Butcher, were the last people seen with Rossing after a night of drinking.

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Months later, investigators discovered Rossing’s bone fragments and teeth in a fire pit near Nuttall’s farm.

As part of the plea deal, Nuttall did not have to give details of Rossing’s death. He only admitted the two got into a roadside fight that led to Rossing’s death.

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Nuttall was Butcher’s boyfriend.