On February 14, 2013, the 31-year-old mother of three, Nicole Waller, vanished from the town of Fairview. And it didn't take long before this missing person's case turned into murder investigation, with Cody Johnston being arrested and convicted for Nicole's death. So how were law enforcement able to arrest and convict Johnston, while there's still no trace of Nicole? And what are they doing today to find her body?
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Today, a cold case unlike any other we’ve covered on our 'Montana Murder Mysteries' podcast. The killer? Found, arrested, tried and convicted. The murder victim? Still no where to be found. And after more than eight years, family, friends and law enforcement are still tortured by the question: just where is Nicole Waller of Kalispell?
Cody Johnston was arrested in August of 2015 for the murder of his ex-girlfriend and mother of three, Nicole Waller. Cascade County's District Court Judge Elizabeth Best presided over the trial which took place in Sidney back in October. Tuesday, he was sentenced by that same judge here in the cascade county court house. Judge Best sentenced Johnston to life in prison for one count deliberate homicide and 10 years for one count tampering with evidence. It will ...
Cody Johnston faces sentencing on January 17 for the murder of Nicole Waller, a 32-year-old Kalispell woman. Johnston was convicted of deliberate homicide in October 2016, an usual outcome for a murder trial without a body.
We spoke exclusively with Nicole Waller's sister, Carmen Keibler on Monday. And the last three and a half years have been a nightmare for her. Three and a half years ago Nicole Waller sent her sister, Carmen a text telling her she'd be home the next day. Nicole never returned. While the jury reached a guilty verdict last week the family said this is still not everything they had hoped for. They're hoping the Facebook page "Find Nicole Waller" wi...
Although a suspect is behind bars, Nicole Waller’s body has not been found and family members tell us that keeps them from moving on.