Jan 29, 2010 7:16 PM by Greg Boyce

Court documents connect three new suspects to Piserchio murder

Arrest warrants have been filed in Pueblo District Court for three women who may be involved in the murder of Robert Piserchio last month.  The three are Karen Depierre, Sheena Baker and Elizabeth Abeyta.  All are charged with murder, robbery and theft.

Piserchio was murdered in his home, on December 10.  None of the three women were present, according to court records.

Their involvement came earlier.  Less than two weeks prior to that, Piserchio had filed a report with the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office saying his wallet had been stolen.  According to the report three women had come to his home in late November, one of them claiming to be ill.  He let them in, and after they had gone he realized his wallet had been stolen.

Twelve days later he was robbed and beaten in his home and during the attack died of a heart attack.  Four men have been charged--three of those are already in custody.

Affidavits for Arrest Warrants filed Friday in Pueblo District Court set forth the prosecution case.  According to the documents one of the women has a sister who had once dated Piserchio and knew he had money.  According to the documents, Depierre gave Piserchio's driver's license to Aaron Wilkerson after the theft.



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