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Two men have been charged with the murder of a New Windsor woman whose body was found at the intersection of Old Washington Road and Muller Road on August 8.

Bret Wheeler, convicted in October on five counts including first-degree murder, was sentenced to life in jail with all but 40 years suspended.
Robert Theodore Bosley, convicted of first-degree murder and other charges in the Aug. 2017 death of Kandi Gerber, was sentenced Tuesday to two life sentences to be served concurrently.
The sentencing hearing for Robert Theodore Bosley, a New Windsor man found guilty of murder and other charges in the August 2016 death of Kandi Gerber, is scheduled Tuesday morning. 
Bret Michael Wheeler found guilty of first-degree murder for his role in the 2016 killing of his fiancee Kandi Gerber.
Both sides presented closing arguments during the seventh day of proceedings in the murder trial of Bret Wheeler. The jury entered deliberations shortly after 1 p.m..
Both the defense and prosecution rested their cases in the murder trial of Bret Michael Wheeler.
The trial of Bret Michael Wheeler resumed Friday morning in with witness for the prosecution Cpl. William Murray of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.
Testimony from witnesses for the prosecution continued before the jury and Judge Barry Hughes Thursday morning during the fourth day of proceedings in the trial of Bret Michael Wheeler.
Six witnesses gave testimony that painted a picture of the timeline and scenes involved in the murder of Kandi Gerber during the trial of New Windsor man Bret Wheeler.
Defense and prosecution presented their opening arguments in the trial of a New Windsor man charged with first-degree murder and other charges.
Jury selection in the murder trial of Bret Wheeler exceeded the first day.
Bret Wheeler, a New Windsor man charged in the death of Kandi Gerber, will begin jury trial Oct. 16
A jury found a New Windsor man guilty of killing a woman who lived at his house last summer.
The defense rested its case and closing arguments began Tuesday morning in the murder trial of Robert Theodore Bosley.
On Aug. 8, Robert Theodore Bosley went to his residence at 2000 Dennings Road in New Windsor to confront a woman he believed called to report him in violation
Bret Michael Wheeler, alleged co-conspirator in the August death of Kandi Gerber, was found guilty of criminal contempt after he refused to testify Monday
Testimony resumed Friday morning in the jury trial of Robert Theodore Bosley, the New Windsor man who is charged with first-degree murder, first-degree
Robert Bosley is standing trial for first-degree murder in the August 2016 death of Kandi Gerber.
The murder trial for Robert Theodore Bosley began after a jury was picked Wednesday morning and opening arguments were heard.
Opening arguments in the trial of a New Windsor man charged with first-degree murder are likely to start Wednesday.
Bret Michael Wheeler will have to testify in the trial of Robert Theodore Bosley, who is charged in the death of Kandi Gerber.
Robert Theodore Bosley, 39, formerly of the 2000 block of Dennings Road, is charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, first-degree assault and conspiracy to commit first-degree assault in the August death of Gerber.
Wheeler's attorneys, Matthew Williamson and Eric Offutt, motioned Tuesday for Judge Fred Hecker to suppress the interview Wheeler gave the Carroll County Sheriff's Office detectives in the hours after Gerber's body was discovered at Old Washington Road and Muller Road, questioning the voluntariness of Wheeler's statements.

A New Windsor man accused of murder is attempting to have his interview with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office suppressed.

Robert Theodore Bosley, 39

About 100 people holding candles gathered around the pavilions in Westminster City Park on Friday night as they remembered Kandi Gerber, who was killed Aug.

About 100 people holding candles gathered around the pavilions in Westminster City Park on Friday night as they remembered Kandi Gerber, who was killed Aug. 8.
A Carroll County grand jury has indicted two men accused of murdering a New Windsor woman last month on additional charges.
The case of an inmate committing a crime while on work release is a rarity, according to the heads of the Carroll County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center.
Prosecutors say two men strangled a New Windsor woman and slit her throat before dumping her body in a wooded area.
Two men have been charged with the murder of a New Windsor woman whose body was found Monday night.
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