News News. ASPEN — A woman arrested for allegedly running an Aspen prostitution ring pleaded guilty to one count of prostitution Monday in a plea bargain that dismissed a felony charge.
Sentencing is scheduled for June 17, after Koeppel undergoes a mental health evaluation. DeVilbiss only yes and no answers when asked if she understood the plea agreement and if she had any questions after ing the agreement. When asked by the judge why she was pleading guilty, Koeppel replied.
He said his client plans to move to Dallas and will be asked to prove her employment in that area for probation officers. Koeppel was not available for comment after the hearing.
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