Cook Homicide Suspect Pleads Guilty to Killing Girlfriend
Sentencing is Scheduled for February 25
DULUTH, Minn. – An Indiana man has pleaded guilty to killing his girlfriend and burying her remains in a shallow grave on a property near Cook.
Forty-year-old Daniel Lynn pleaded guilty to second-degree murder without intent on Wednesday for the murder of 28-year-old Christina Woods.
Woods’ remains were found on July 2 in a shallow grave on a property owned by Lynn’s family in Beatty Township.
Investigators found a fire pit on the property that included metal buttons from jeans and a necklace.
Sentencing is scheduled for February 25.