VANCOUVER – The suspect in a Vancouver woman’s 2011 murder was found guilty Thursday.
Jurors found Dennis Wolter guilty of first-degree aggravated murder in the death of his estranged 41-year-old girlfriend Kori Fredericksen.
Vancouver police found Fredericksen's body near the Vancouver/Camas border on the morning of May 26, 2011 and later arrested her boyfriend, 43-year-old Dennis L. Wolter. She had been stabbed 70 times, police said.
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Wolter had been arrested nine days earlier for fourth-degree assault after a domestic violence complaint at the couple's home.
Wolter was also guilty of tampering with a witness. He will be sentenced on June 24.