Bremerton Woman Could Face Life in Port Angeles Killing

Jurors have begun deliberations in a murder trial that could send a Bremerton woman to prison for the rest of her life, according to the Peninsula Daily News.

Andrea Freese, 34, was charged with stabbing to death 73-year-old William Boze at his west Port Angeles home July 27, 2007, PDN reporter Paul Gottlieb said. They’d apparent been arguing over changing a TV channel.

The trial is less about the facts of the case, and more about Freese’s mental state. Her attorney argued that Freese suffers from paranoid personality disorder, was “tormented by paranoia” and had been abused by the 73-year-old. Prosecutors, the story said, painted a different picture of Freese calling her a “deceptive woman who engages in ‘that crazy girl stuff.'”

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