Charles Stobaugh

Husband Convicted Of Wife's Murder Set FreeA panel of judges in Denton County overturned the murder conviction of Charles Stobaugh, accused of killing his wife in 2004, and he could soon walk away as a free man.
Husband's Murder Conviction Overturned, Will Be Released From PrisonA man found guilty of murdering his wife could be out of prison in a couple of weeks.
Man's Conviction In Wife's Disappearance VacatedA state appeals court has overturned a North Texas man's 2011 murder conviction in the disappearance and presumed death of his wife and ordered him acquitted.
Denton Co. Man Gets 25 Years For Killing Wife; Body Not FoundA 56-year-old Sanger man is headed to prison for murdering his estranged wife in 2004. While Kathy Stobaugh's body has never been found, a Denton Co. jury sentenced Charles Stobaugh to 25 years for killing her.
Charles Stobaugh Found Guilty Of Killing Estranged Wife In 2004A Denton County jury found Charles Stobaugh guilty Wednesday of murdering his estranged wife, who was last seen at his Sanger home in 2004.
Trial Begins For Sanger Man Charged With Killing WifeThe trial of a Sanger man who was charged with killing his estranged wife five years after she vanished began Monday at the Denton County Courthouse.
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