Missouri Man Convicted of Shooting Wife Outside McDonald’s

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WEST PLAINS, Mo.– A Caulfield man was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder and five other crimes.  

A West Plains court found 46-year-old Jason House, who shot and killed his wife Bobbie House in 2016, guilty of first-degree murder, armed criminal action, first-degree assault, first-degree domestic assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and resisting arrest.  

House shot his wife outside a McDonald’s in West Plains.  

She would die at a nearby hospital.  

House is represented by Springfield defense attorneys Dee Wampler and Joe Passanise.  

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