The Missouri woman used poisoning to kill her husband – so she could marry a man doing the life behind bargains for murder, alleged investigators.
The police said that Amy Murray, 40, of Iberia, put his husband's poisoning in the back, put his body on bed and put on fire, reported Fox 5 Atlanta. Following the start of the fire in last December, Murray went to McDonald's with his 11-year-old son and 11-year-old dog, reported by Fox 22 Columbia, quoting a probable statement.
The court documents showed that Murray had passed with a prisoner at the Correctional City City Jefferson when she worked as a nurse, and Fox 22 reported.
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According to the documents, in recorded phone conversations Murray said that the owner, Eugene Claypool, 40, did not want to marry her more and she could marry Claypool because her husband was dead and "from the picture", "Fox 22 reported.
Clayton has been locked up for more than 18 years in the Missouri men's war of 72 years of age winning $ 1.7 million in a lottery game. It was arrested in December 2000.
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The pair also spoke that a solicitor was going to Claypool from the spring soon, and Jefferson City News Tribune reported.
Murray is worried about a first degree murder and armed criminal activity at the death of her husband, Joshua Murray.
She was in prison for a $ 750,000 bond.
Iberia is about two hours southwest of St. Louis.