Bluesette Elizabeth Ossana was sentenced on Feb. 18 to serve 1 to 15 years in prison for obstruction of justice for her role in the coverup of the March 2013 murder of Gregorio Salazar Campos, according to court documents.
Grand County prosecutor Andrew Fitzgerald told news outlets on Feb. 19 that Ossana instructed Brody Blu Kruckenberg and Charles Anthony Nelson on how to clean up the crime scene. Kruckenberg pled guilty in July 2013 to manslaughter and obstruction of justice in the case, while Nelson pled guilty to obstruction of justice. Both were sentenced to juvenile detention until they turn 21.
Fitzgerald also said Ossana drove up and down the Colorado River looking for a place to dump Campos’ body. Ossana’s son, Thomas Sloan Dooley, was also sentenced on a obstruction charge in relation to the case, receiving two years of probation.
Fitzgerald said the case is still ongoing and another person may be charged in the near future. (Pool photo)
12/5/2020: Article edited for style and grammar.