Mary Randall, prosecuted the case, “Just days before Christmas in 2013, Joanne Armour savagely took the life of a member of our community, leaving four young children without their mother,” said Randall. “While this conviction won’t return Ms. Miles to her family, it will at least provide them with a sense of closure while removing a dangerous individual from our streets. I’d like to extend a special thanks to the Irondequoit Police Department, whose tireless work and determination helped lead to today’s outcome, as well as Monroe County Child Protective Services and Bivona Child Advocacy Center for the invaluable assistance they provided to the victim’s children in the wake of this terrible crime.”
Armour is expected to receive 18 to 20 Years to Life in prison when she is sentenced on September 10th.
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