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Hagerstown Man Convicted in 2011 Murder

On Wednesday, a jury found a Hagerstown man guilty of murder in connection to the May 2011 robbery and beating death of a Falling Waters woman.
BERKELEY COUNTY, WV- On Wednesday, a jury found a Hagerstown man guilty of murder in connection to the May 2011 robbery and beating death of a Falling Waters woman. 

The jury convicted Roy Wisotzkey, 35, of Hagerstown, Md., of felony murder, first-degree robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and burglary. They jury convicted Wisotzkey to life in prison with mercy, which would give him the possibility of parole after serving 15 years of the sentence. 

Prosecutors argued that on May 26, 2011 Wisotzkey and Joshua Stitley, 34, of Hancock, beat Vickie Clem and her husband, Jack Clem, with a baseball bat and stabbed them in the night-time robbery at their Falling Waters, W.Va., home. Clem's husband survived the attack after being stabbed in the groin. 

Stitley's trial is set for October 22. 

Wisotzkey is due back in court for sentencing October 15.

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