Jury recommends life for woman found guilty in 2014 triple murder

BURLINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A jury is recommending life without parole after finding a woman guilty for a triple murder in eastern Kentucky.

Amanda Bowen was found guilty of multiple counts of murder and robbery on Monday.

Investigators say Bowen and her boyfriend, Jack Smith, shot and stabbed Tina Goble, Cannie Johnson, Junior, and 8-year-old Trinity Maynard in 2014 in Martin County.

The two then set the victims’ home on fire.

Bowen’s sentencing has been scheduled for next month.

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