MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota grandmother accused of a cross-country crime spree now faces a life sentence for murder.

A Florida grand jury indicted Lois Riess with multiple crimes, including first-degree murder, grand theft auto and stealing the identity of a dead person.

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Thursday morning, Riess made a brief court appearance in Florida via video conference. A judge told her she’d be held without bail.

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Prosecutors say she killed Pamela Hutchinson back in April so she could steal her identity while on the run.

Riess had fled from Minnesota a month earlier, after investigators say she killed her husband David in their Blooming Prairie home. She’s also accused of stealing thousands of dollars from his business account.

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In Minnesota, Riess is charged with one count of felony theft. Prosecutors are continuing to build a case against her.