Man charged in killing of Marianna fire chief
BY MIKE LINN
January 1, 2008
A Lee County man has been charged with capital murder in the shooting death of the Marianna fire chief, who he found in bed with his estranged wife early Sunday morning... Harry Stephen Amos, 47, surrendered to authorities at 10 a.m. Sunday after police say he shot Charles Boone... Amos is accused of shooting Boone and then assaulting his wife [Patti Amos]. Police also charged Amos with kidnapping and assault on a family member...
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Tuesday, January 1, 2008
[AR] Marianna Fire Chief Boone shot, killed. Woman-friend beaten, held.
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Thank you anonymous, I am Chucks' wife. I miss and love him so much, every second of every day. To me her affair with my huband is the ultimate cause of his death!ReplyDelete
boone was a good guy always smiling and friendly he will be missed and regardless to what he was doing noone deserves to die like thatReplyDelete
Terribly sad that this happened...however there were 2 married people having the affair. It was not just Pattis fault Chuck died.....Chuck was also having an affair.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry for your loss, I wish you the best.
I knew Steve....I think the whole thing is sad.
You all mention affair,affair, affair. Why does no one mention who Steve was most recently connected with and her involvement in this? There was more than two affairs going on, I think there was four. So if you are going to throw stones, go ahead and throw all the stones.ReplyDelete
Does anyone know when the trial is? I can't find anything regarding it onlineReplyDelete
To the commenter whose comment I am not going to post - that's too far. It's ok for you to think but I just can't post it here.ReplyDelete
"A Fireman never dies, he just lives on forever in the hearts of the people whose lives he has saved"ReplyDelete
....quote by: Susan Diane Murphree, Marianna, AR
ORIGINALLY written for former Memphis, TN Patrolman, James Robert Dower on August 22, 2002)