SIOUX CITY | A Sioux City woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for taking part in a home invasion that resulted in the assault of two occupants.
Nadeen Meyer Dible, 43, pleaded guilty Thursday in Woodbury County District Court to second-degree burglary, which had been reduced from first-degree burglary as part of a plea agreement. Two counts of willful injury and a single count of domestic abuse assault also were dismissed, as were drug charges and a weapons charge from two unrelated cases.
Meyer Dible admitted to breaking a window and entering a Moville, Iowa, home on Aug. 14. She and Eric Bishop were accused of assaulting a female and a male with whom Dible had had a relationship.
Bishop, 38, of Sioux City, pleaded guilty Wednesday to burglary and willful injury for two other assaults and faces a prison sentence of 25-40 years.
Meyer Dible faces additional charges in U.S. District Court in Sioux City, where she has been indicted on drug charges.