Homicide

Angel Fury found guilty of murdering drunken traveler picked up at Penn Station

Angel Fury found guilty of murdering drunken traveler picked up at Penn Station

Angel Fury picked up a drunken traveler at Baltimore’s Penn Station and after a boozy, cocaine-fueled spree helped her boyfriend stomp the man to death in a motel on Pulaski Highway, jurors found.

The 33-year-old Fury was found guilty Tuesday of murder and robbery. She faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and is scheduled for sentencing Sept. 8.

Her boyfriend, Christopher Wilkins, 33, pleaded guilty to the murder in January and is serving 30 years in prison.

The two beat Edward Yesaitis Jr. to death. The 48-year-old Navy veteran was traveling down the East Coast when he was booted off an Amtrak train for being drunk and disorderly in January 2016.

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