A Charlottesville jury has convicted Wanda Maria Turner of second-degree murder. The jury has also recommended that Turner (pictured) spend 18 years and six months in prison. City prosectors had urged the eight-man, four-woman jury to find the 49-year-old Turner guilty of first-degree murder. She was arrested after the body of Robert Eddie Snead Jr., was found in his Fairway Avenue home in March 2012.
City Jury Convicts Turner Of Second-Degree Murder