Suspect reaches plea deal in Bellevue murder case
Alisia Cooke, 28, has reached a deal with prosecutors, pleading guilty to Second Degree Murder in the death of Brent Quigley.
She had initially been charged with First Degree murder. In exchange for the guilty plea on March 15, prosecutors dropped charges of Robbery, Conspiracy and Use of a Deadly Weapon.
Quigley was found dead in his Bellevue home near 42nd and Olive on June 27, 2018. Authorities said he'd been stabbed several times.
A presentence investigation has been ordered for Cooke. A status review hearing is scheduled in September.
Three other people have been charged in connection with the murder.
- Christopher Reagan, 46, is accused of First Degree Murder, Robbery, Conspiracy and Use of a Weapon. His trial is scheduled to begin September 4.
- Raymond Davis, 29, is accused of First Degree Murder, Robbery, Conspiracy and Use of a Weapon. His trial is scheduled to begin October 7.
- Krystal Martin, 21, is charged as an Accessory. She's scheduled for trial on June 18.