LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - A Jury found 47-year-old Todd Kendhammer of West Salem guilty Thursday of First Degree Intentional Homicide.
It took the jury about 9 hours of deliberations to come to its decision.
They asked two questions during their deliberations and reviewed autopsy photos and information.
Kendhammer was charged with killing his wife, Barbara, in September of 2016 and staging a crash in which a pipe came through their windshield.
Kendhammer appeared stunned as the verdict was read in court and was looking back at his family that was in court to support him.
His bail was immediately revoked and he was taken into custody.
He faces life in prison at his sentencing March 9th.
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