Woman charged with helping accused killer Dariaz Higgins bound over for trial
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- An accomplice of accused killer Dariaz Higgins was in court Monday morning.
Deloise Lipsey allegedly traveled around with Higgins, staying in several different cities while he was on the run following the death of Sierra Robinson.
Lipsey, 31, appeared in court out of custody and waived her preliminary hearing. She is charged with harboring or aiding a felon.
According to a criminal complaint, she knew 35-year-old Dariaz Higgins was wanted for the double shooting that left Sierra Robinson dead, but she still traveled around with him for several days while he was on the run. At the time, Higgins was also wanted in the disappearance of 2-year-old Noelani Robinson.
The toddler's body was later found in a ditch in Minnesota near one of the hotels Higgins and Lipsey stayed at together prior to Sierra Robinson's death.
No one has been charged in Noelani Robinson's death at this time. Lipsey later admitted she "messed up" by helping Higgins.
If convicted, Lipsey faces 10 years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines.