Fort Dodge Murder Suspect Changes Plea

holly ekstrom

WEBSTER COUNTY, Iowa – A woman charged accused of murdering a Fort Dodge man has changed her plea to guilty.

Holly Ekstrom, 23, is charged with the murder of 22-year-old Steven Fisher.

Fisher’s body was found in a ditch in Otho in July of last year.

Ekstrom entered her plea Wednesday and will be sentenced Monday in Webster County.

Ronald Dilley, 30, was also charged in the case. He pled guilty to second degree murder in April and was sentenced to 50-years in prison.

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    This girl should of got more then 2 yrs probation. She brought steve fisher to the his last day of death. fort Dodge in this law of crime should of gave her at least 30 years in prison for taking him there.

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