Two women accused of beating a man to try to force a false confession in the Aleah Beckerle disappearance learned their punishments on Thursday.
Thursday morning, Debra Wollner was sentenced to three years home detention in Vanderburgh Circuit Court.
Thursday afternoon, Donna Robertson was sentenced to serve 105 days in jail for a prior violation and she will have three years of home detention.
Both Wollner and Robertson pleaded guilty to battery and criminal confinement charges.
Prosecutors say they tried to get a man to confess to abducting Aleah Beckerle last July from her Evansville home.
Beckerle is disabled and requires a wheelchair.
She has still not been found.