Father of Nicole Lovell and his wife sentenced after violent April fight
WYTHEVILLE (WSLS 10) – A judge sentenced both the father of Nicole Lovell and his current wife on Tuesday after the two attacked each other in late April.
Both David and Terri Lovell had the felony charge against them reduced to a misdemeanor and the judge sentenced each one to 12 months in prison, with 11 of those suspended plus credit for times served. This means that both of them are now free, having completed the sentence.
Both Lovells are also to refrain from alcohol use for a year.
David Lovell, 36, is the father of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell. Typically, WSLS does not cover cases of domestic violence or suicide unless there are extenuating circumstances. In this case, David and Terri Lovell traveled across the country to talk about violence following Nicole's death. Both made an appearance on the Dr. Phil show.
David Eisenhauer and Natalie Keepers have been charged in connection to the disappearance and death Nicole Lovell in late January 2016. Eisenhauer is charged with abduction and first-degree murder in the death of Lovell. Keepers is charged with accessory before and after the fact to the murder and improper disposal of a body.
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