CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — It took only an hour for a jury to convict Elizabeth Jenkins, the 51-year-old Clarksburg woman charged last year in the murder of Keyairy Wilson.
A 12-member jury found Jenkins guilty of first degree murder and conspiracy to commit robbery. The murder charge holds a life sentence without chance of parole, while the conspiracy charges add a one to five year sentence.
Jenkins is one of three people indicted by a Harrison County Grand Jury in September 2017 in the death of Keyairy Wilson. Daniel Claude Amsler, 55, and Warren Kipp Hall, 49, both of Clarksburg, were also indicted on related charges.
Wilson was murdered last March 20. Her body was later found in the Volga area of Barbour County. She was a mother of four from Columbus, Ohio.