HAYS, Kan. (KAKE) - A 30-year-old Kansas man who killed in wife on Halloween in 2019 reportedly used some of the payout from two life insurance policies to buy a sex doll. 

Colby Trickle, of Hays, was convicted last year of premeditated first-degree murder of Kristen Trickle. Ellis County Judge Glenn Braun sentenced him in November to life in prison without the possibility of parole for 50 years. Kansas corrections records show he's currently incarcerated at state prison in Ellsworth. 

Prosecutors alleged that Colby, of Hays, "feloniously and  intentionally with premeditation" shot Kristen in the head with a revolver and then lied to investigators by telling them she had taken her own life. Kristen's family denied she was ever suicidal. 

After his wife's death and prior to his arrest, CBS reports Colby collected two life insurance payouts totaling $120,000 and two days later used roughly $2,000 of it to buy a life-size sex doll. 

Assistant Ellis County Attorney Aaron Cunningham told the network that Colby spent all the money in about eight months. Other spending includes video games, music equipment and paying off debt. 

Colby was arrested in July 2021.