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Convicted murderer Michael Yarnell conditionally released Monday

By Madison Burke, Jefferson City Reporter, madison.burke@kmiz.com
Published On: Jul 08 2013 03:53:09 PM CDT
Updated On: Jul 09 2013 08:28:40 AM CDT
Marianne Asher-Chapman
HOLTS SUMMIT, Mo. -

Michael Yarnell pleaded guilty to first-degree involuntary manslaughter in the 2003 death of his wife, Angie Yarnell, as part of a plea agreement in 2009.

He said he shoved her off of the deck of their Ivy Bend home and then lost the body in a canoe.

Yarnell got out of prison Monday on conditional release.

Angie Yarnell's mother, Marianne Asher-Chapman of Holts Summit, is not happy about his release and feels that he is a danger to society. "He is a dark person; he doesn't show emotion in any way, not an inch of emotion. I think it's a matter of time before he offends again."

The body of Angie Yarnell has still not been recovered.

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