A Loudoun County man was sentenced to 42 years in prison Wednesday for the 2017 stabbing of his wife while their three young children slept elsewhere in the house.
Winsome West Price, 36, was found dead in her home, on Gayfeather Drive in the Chantilly area of Loudoun, on the morning of Oct. 28, 2017. Officials said she was discovered by a family member who had been summoned there by Price’s husband, Frank D. Price Jr., to watch their children while he fled the house, after which he was involved in a head-on car crash on Gum Spring Road.
Frank Price was hospitalized, then arrested and charged with first-degree murder. In a plea agreement, Price, 50, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, and Loudoun Circuit Court Judge Stephen E. Sincavage imposed a life sentence, then suspended all but 42 years.
Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj said Winsome Price “was an amazing woman, a loving mother, and someone that was a treasure to her family and our community.”
Judge sentences Loudoun County man convicted of killing wife in family’s home
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