Sunday, October 30, 2011


WHEN he asked for some heat in the bedroom, he wasn't expecting this.
Kimberly Boone didn't give him flames of passion in the bedroom - instead she gave him flames and now she's been found guilty of doping up her husband Robert and setting fire to their bedroom in a bid to kill him.
The college financial aid manager from Winter Springs, FL, wanted him dead, so she could claim his life insurance money, prosecutors maintained.
Investigators found search records on her laptop for information on making someone violently ill, poisoning, making a house explode, overdosing on Xanax, and how fire marshals determine the cause of a fire, according to the arrest affidavit.
After researching thoroughly, the 47-year-old drugged her husband with the anti-anxiety medication making it harder for him to escape the fire, they said.
But amazingly, he survived and Kimberly nearly got away with it, as she was not arrested for the arson and attempted murder until four months later, in April 2009.
On that occasion her husband was shot in the chest while checking on his wife's concern about noises in the garage - which again he survived. 
Robert Boone, who survived both incidents, told investigators Kimberly brought their Ruger .357 into the garage. Kimberly told investigators Robert had the handgun. Kimberly Boone was acquitted of attempted murder in the shooting case at her first trial in 2010, but this time she definitely serve some jail time when she's sentenced on December 5.

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