LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Convicted killer Karen Brown will serve of the remainder of her life sentence following a vote by the Kentucky Parole Board Monday.
Brown was found guilty of the 1986 murder of 22-year-old Michael Turpin.
Prosecutors say Brown, along with Turpin’s wife, Elizabeth Turpin, and Keith Bouchard, plotted to kill Michael Turpin for $60,000 in life insurance money.
The board already ordered Elizabeth Turpin and Bouchard to serve out their life sentences.
The Department of Corrections says, barring court action, Brown will now remain in prison and be unable to come before the board again.