Michael Beauchamp convicted of Ginger Gover’s murder

Michael Beauchamp and Ginger Gover (Photos from Pierce County Sheriff’s Department; Crime scene photo screenshot from NBC Seattle affiliate King5)

A man was convicted in Washington state of the gunshot killing of a missing woman to prevent her from testifying against him in a battery and arson case.

Michael Beauchamp, 59, was convicted this week by a Pierce County jury of murdering Ginger Gover, 41, in 2018. Beauchamp was convicted of aggravated murder in the first degree, murder in the second degree, assault in the first degree, and malicious mischief in the second degree, authorities said.

“Guilty on everything, guilty on everything, one right after the other,” Ingrid Phillips, the victim’s mother, said, NBC Seattle affiliate King5 reported. “We were squeezing each other’s hands, couldn’t believe it, that it is actually over.”

Michael Beauchamp convicted of Ginger Gover’s murder

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