MOYOCK, N.C. (WAVY) - After a short trial in Currituck County, a jury found a woman guilty of killing her husband in 2010.
Lateisha Jandreau was found guilty of first degree murder and larceny of a firearm in connection to the shooting death of Paul Jandreau, according to a clerk of court. Paul was reported missing after he did not report to work on June 30, 2010 and his body was later found hidden in the garage.
Testimony in the trial began Sept. 25 and Lateisha Jandreau was found guilty by a jury just three days later.
The clerk told WAVY.com Lateisha Jandreau was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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