Three Indicted in Murder-For-Hire at Langley FCU
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Three suspects, including the wife of the victim, on Friday were charged by a federal grand jury with murder in last April’s slaying of a Navy officer while he was withdrawing cash at a Langley FCU ATM.
The indictment alleges David Runyon, 37, and Michael Draven, 27, conspired with Catherine Voss, 32, to kill her husband, Corey Voss.
The indictment charges that Mrs. Voss and Draven were involved in an extramarital affair and hired Runyon to kill the 30-year-old sailor in order to collect life insurance and other Navy benefits.
Voss’s bullet-riddled body was found slumped over the front seat of his truck in a secluded lot next door to the credit union, where surveillance video shows an armed man getting into the back seat, then Voss attempting several transactions at the ATM–all of them unsuccessful. The video then shows Voss driving away from the ATM, held at gunpoint.
Cory Voss was stationed aboard the USS Elrod in nearby Norfolk.