Muleshoe Man Found Guilty Of Capital Murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/28/05

Muleshoe Man Found Guilty Of Capital Murder

Source: Bailey Co. Sheriff Source: Bailey Co. Sheriff

A Muleshoe man will spend life in prison for capital murder.

Friday morning, a Bailey County Jury found Larry Kitchens guilty in the shooting death of Vince Simnacher. The district attorney's office tells us Kitchens confessed to shooting his ex-wife Rhonda Kitchens and Derwin Beauchamp. Their bodies were found next to Simnachers in a Muleshoe home in October 2003. However, last year, a jury found Kitchens "not guilty" in Beauchamp's death.

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