Nancy Pfister: Katherine Carpenter, who found socialite's body, joins couple busted in murder

Last week, we updated you on the investigation into the murder of Nancy Pfister, a socialite whose body was discovered in a closet of her tony Aspen home; see our previous coverage below.

Retired Denver-area doctor William Styler and his wife Nancy had previously been arrested in relation to the crime. Now, both have been formally charged with murder, and so has Katherine Carpenter, a bank employee and friendly Pfister associate who discovered the remains. Learn the latest below.

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