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Hagerstown Man Sentenced in 2011 Murder

A Hagerstown man who was convicted of murdering a Falling Waters woman two years ago was sentenced Monday afternoon in Washington County Circuit Court.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - A Hagerstown man who was convicted of murdering a Falling Waters woman two years ago was sentenced Monday afternoon in Washington County Circuit Court. 

Officials tell WHAG Roy Lee Wisotzkey was sentenced to life in prison with mercy, meaning he can be eligible for parole years down the road. He was also sentenced one to five years for conspiracy, one to 15 years on burglary charges and 50 years in prison on robbery charges. 

As we've reported, Wisotzkey was found guilty back in August for murder, two counts of robbery and burglary in connection to the beating death of 57-year-old Vickie Clem. 

Prosecutors say in May of 2011 Wisotzkey along with Joshua Logan Stitley beat Vickie Clem and her husband, Jack, with a baseball bat and stabbed them during a night time robbery at their Falling Waters home. Police say Vickie Clem was Stitley's mother and Jack was his step-father. Stitley told police that after having an argument with his stepfather, he stabbed him in the groin.

Jack Clem survived the attack. 

Prosecutors say Wisotzkey will be eligible for parole after serving 27.5 years of his sentence. Stitley's sentencing is scheduled for January 13, 2014. 


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