A Missouri prison nurse fatally poisoned her husband with antifreeze, according to police, and then allegedly set their home ablaze to hide the evidence as part of a plan to marry a convicted killer serving a life sentence in prison.Authorities arrested Amy Murray, 40, on Thursday and charged her with first-degree murder and armed criminal action after she allegedly set her home in Iberia, Missouri, on fire with the body of her husband, Joshua Murray, inside on December 11, 2018, ABC News reported. After the fire began, Amy Murray took her 11-year-old son and the family dogs to a McDonald’s, according to a probable cause statement obtained by KQFX.She was allegedly having an affair with Eugene Claypool, an inmate at Jefferson City Correctional Center, where she worked as a nurse, at the time of the blaze.
Claypool has been serving a life sentence at the prison after he was convicted of fatally stabbing a 72-year-old man who won $1.7 million in the lottery.
Amy Murray recorded her phone conversations with Claypool, telling him she lost interest in staying married to her husband, according to court documents obtained by KQFX.
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