A 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.
A man found guilty of murdering his wife could be out of prison in a couple of weeks.
A 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.
A 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.
A Denton County jury found Charles Stobaugh guilty Wednesday of murdering his estranged wife, who was last seen at his Sanger home in 2004.
The 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.