Jury convicts Oklahoma woman accused of murder

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Chloe Thomas

OKLAHOMA CITY – After deliberating for several hours, a jury has found an Oklahoma City woman guilty of second-degree murder.

The jury recommended a sentence of life in prison.

On Friday afternoon, a jury began deliberating on whether or not Chloe Thomas  was guilty in the murder of Anne Hill.

“Very long wait, very trying. A lot of unknowns that they’re still struggling with and they’re ready for it to be over,” Darcie Parton-Scoon, Hill’s family spokesperson.

Hill was last seen on April 11, 2014, and was never heard from again after leaving a friend’s house.

Six months after Hill vanished, Thomas confessed to taking part in her murder to police.

Thomas told police Raymond “attacked Anne and strangled her until she died.”

However, prosecutors believe that Thomas had more of a roll in Hill’s death than she initially claimed.

After Hill’s murder, the pair allegedly dumped her body in McClain County.

Raymond pleaded guilty and agreed to testify against Thomas.


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