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Sentencing For Woman Convicted Of Murder

Sentencing For Woman Convicted Of Murder

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A woman who killed a man almost two years ago was sentenced Thursday in Charlottesville Circuit Court. Wanda Marie Turner (pictured) was sentenced to 18 years and six months in prison. Turner was convicted of second-degree murder for killing Robert Eddie Snead, Jr. Prosecutors say Snead was stabbed several times in his house on Fairway Avenue.

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