FILE - This booking photo released by the Westminster, Colo., Police Department shows Austin Sigg. Police say Sigg, the suspect accused of kidnapping, slaying and dismembering 10-year-

 

              FILE - This booking photo released by the Westminster, Colo., Police Department shows Austin Sigg.  Police say Sigg, the suspect accused of kidnapping, slaying and dismembering 10-year-
FILE - This booking photo released by the Westminster, Colo., Police Department shows Austin Sigg. Police say Sigg, the suspect accused of kidnapping, slaying and dismembering 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway, told them he wants to plead guilty, and on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, a community sent into a panic over the crime will see if that's what he does, or if he'll ask for a trial despite his alleged confession and the discovery of some of the girl's remains at the home he shared with his mother. Sigg, who turned 18 in January, cannot face the death penalty because he was 17 at the time of the slaying. He faces life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years if convicted. Investigators have testified that Sigg told them he wanted to plead guilty. (AP Photo/Westminster Police Department)