Woman pleads guilty to murder in death of Enid man
ENID, Okla. (AP) - A woman has pleaded guilty to first-degree
murder in the 2005 death of an Enid man whose body has never been
Jennifer Marie Durbin entered the plea Monday in Blaine County
District Court in exchange for prosecutors withdrawing a bill of
particulars. The bill is used to seek the death penalty.
Durbin now faces life in prison either with or without the
possibility of parole when she's sentenced on May 24.
She was charged with Michael Wayne Wood, Sr., with beating
Donovan Nimmo to death in January 2005 and dumping his body in a
Wood has pleaded not guilty. Attorneys have declined comment
because of a gag order issued in the case.
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