A terrible crime uncovered law enforcement agencies of Missouri.
They managed to bring clean water to the resident of Jefferson city, who worked as a nurse in a correctional facility. The woman had an affair with inmates serving life sentences to marry him, brutally cracked down with their own spouse. The criminal tried to arrange the murder so that her husband was killed in the accident.
As told by employees of the police Department Jefferson city (Jefferson City Police Department), the prison nurse Amy Murray for a long period of time had an affair with an inmate. Eugene Claypool was convicted of killing 72-year-old lottery winner, who in 1998 hit the jackpot and won $1.7 million
Man brutally beat a disabled pensioner, demanding from it $10 thousand, after which the victim died. Since Claypool is serving a life prison term.
After the murder, the nurse took the 11-year-old son and went with him to McDonald’s. Photo: Missouri Sheriff’s Office
Amy Murray, fell in love with a prisoner for a long time making plans about the reunion with the killer. The woman wanted to be married on the perpetrator, but it was hard to do, considering the fact that she already had a spouse. So Murray decided to get rid of her husband by poisoning him with antifreeze.
11 Dec 2018 the woman took the life of the wife, then set fire to the house. After the murder, the nurse took the 11-year-old son and went with him to McDonald’s. Later, talking to police, the woman said that he saw fire only on his return from a fast food restaurant. Murray claimed he had no idea how it happened. However, the police immediately became suspicious, because in her story had many inaccuracies.
After investigation, detectives found out that the husband of the nurse was poisoned with antifreeze. When the police deciphered the calls of a suspect, everything finally fell into place. In a conversation with a new boyfriend, Murray said that now they can get married, since her husband died.
On 7 February, a criminal arrested, charged with poisoning her husband. She was released from custody after posting bail in the amount of $750 thousand
The first court hearing will be held on Wednesday, February 13. Amy Murray be charged with murder 1st degree, arson, armed criminal action and attempted to hide evidence.