LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A jury in William Clyde Gibson's first trial recommended the death sentence after nearly four hours of deliberation.
Attorneys for the accused serial killer in New Albany tried to convince the jury to spare his life earlier Tuesday morning.
It’s the same jury that convicted Gibson of killing 75-year-old Christine Whitis is now deciding if he will go to death row for the murder.
On Monday, jurors heard from Gibson's probation officer who testified Gibson was on probation during the murder.
Gibson is charged for two additional murders which he will be tried for separately.