Paul White handed consecutive life prison terms in robbery, murder of insurance agent

5:30 AM, Sep 18, 2012   |    comments
Paul C. White and Cleo S. Hines.
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St. Charles, MO (KSDK) - A man tracked down by DNA evidence has been sentenced to consecutive life prison terms for the June 2007 slaying of a St. Charles insurance agent.

Paul Curtis White, 35 and a former resident of St. Charles was convicted by a jury last month in the robbery and murder of 48 year old Robert Eidman.

The victim died after being shot multiple times in his insurance offices on First Capitol Drive.  A mailman making his daily route made the discovery of Eidman's body and notified police investigators.

White was arrested and charged with the crime while already in prison serving time on an unrelated forgery conviction.  Court records show White also served time for another unrelated robbery and forgery conviction as well.

A co-defendant in the, 32 year old Cleo Hines of St. Louis pleaded guilty to the murder last month and is scheduled to learn his fate October 29th.

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