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Pimped wife from Woodstock murder accused of violating parole, faces new charges

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 12:09 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 11:45 p.m. CDT
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Kimberly A. Smith

WOODSTOCK – Prosecutors are seeking to revoke the probation of a woman who was at the center of a 2011 shooting death.

Kimberly A. Smith, 32, never was charged with murder in the death of Kurt Milliman, but was sentenced to two years of probation on disorderly conduct charges alleging she lied to police the night Milliman was killed.

Her husband, Timothy S. Smith, 30, was convicted of the murder and sentenced to spend 50 years in Menard Correctional Facility. His case is pending an appeal.

Authorities said Timothy Smith placed online ads for sex with his wife, and on May 28, 2011, 48-year-old Milliman responded. Things escalated when Kimberly Smith refused to have sex with him and tried to stop the encounter, testimony during Timothy Smith’s trial revealed. A scuffle ensued and Timothy Smith shot Milliman in the back.

Kimberly Smith was forced to testify at her husband’s trial, but was offered immunity for the things she said on the witness stand.

Additional charges, including prostitution, were dropped in exchange for her plea.

According to a petition to revoke Kimberly Smith’s probation filed Aug 14, she violated her probation by leaving the state without permission from her probation officer, and she picked up new offenses in Marquette, Michigan.

According to court documents, she was charged June 26 with driving under the influence, resisting a peace officer and driving on a suspended license.

On July 22, she was charged again with unlawful use of a credit card.

Her next court date is Friday.

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