Detectives investigating the fire would learn Murray was employed as a nurse at the Jefferson City Correctional Center in Jefferson City, Missouri.
Fire marshals determined that the blaze originated inside the master bedroom and that an accelerant was used to start the inferno, according to the Miller County Sheriff's Office.
"During the phone calls, Amy Murray talks about not wanting to be around her husband, Joshua Murray, and was wanting a divorce from him", the probable cause statement.
An autopsy concluded he most likely died of the poison. Murray allegedly told investigators that by the time she came back from the fast-food restaurant, the smoke was too thick for her to go inside and try to rescue her husband.
After the fire began, Amy Murray took her 11-year-old son and the family dogs to a McDonald's, according to a probable cause statement obtained by KQFX.
At the time, Murray was working as a nurse at the Jefferson City Correctional Center when she began having a "romantic relationship" with inmate Eugene Claypool, who was convicted in the 2000 stabbing death of a $1.7 million elderly lottery victor.
According to the documents, in recorded phone conversations Murray told the inmate, Eugene Claypool, 40, she didn't want to be married to her husband anymore and she could marry Claypool because her husband was dead and "out of the picture", Fox 22 reported. She and Claypool also discussed getting an attorney so Claypool could be released from prison early.
Amy Murray, 40, was charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action, second-degree arson and tampering with physical evidence in felony prosecution.
Investigators said Claypool repeatedly stabbed Hardwick, whose wife later found him dead with a Bible on his chest.
She is scheduled for a bond-reduction hearing on February 13.
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