Wife who arranged for high school sweetheart to shoot dead husband sentence to life

A Texas woman who orchestrated her husband’s murder to collect a life insurance payout has been sentenced to life in prison.

Jennifer Faith, 48, admitted to arranging the plot in February after authorities found she had texted her high school sweetheart, Darrin Ruben Lopez, over 14,000 times to convince him to kill her husband, Jamie Faith.

Lopez was arrested on January 11, 2021 and is still awaiting trial on both state and federal charges in connection to the killing, both of which he has pleaded not guilty to. 

On October 9, 2020, Lopez allegedly drove from his home in Tennessee to Dallas, Texas where the couple lived, and shot Jamie Faith seven times from behind as the couple walked their dog. 

After the killing, Faith continuously denied her involvement and even went on television to say she hoped the killer would come forward. 

‘I’m not supposed to be widowed at 48, you know?’ she told WFAA in December.  

‘It’s been horrible, devastating. I teeter between being heartbroken…

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