Created on Thursday, 15 December 2011 08:52
A Bucks County jury has found a man guilty of first degree murder for killing his girlfriend. 31-year-old Tony Vo faces life in prison without parole in the strangulation death of 32-year-old Annie Huynh in November of 2010 at her place of business, Kim’s Nails on Second Street Pike in Southampton. Employees arriving for work in the morning called police when they could not find their boss. Police found her body in an employee restroom. Deputy District Attorney Jennifer Schorn told jurors the victim was about to end her two-year relationship with Vo because of his gambling. Cell phone records showed that he went to Parx Casino in Bensalem after taking more than $6,500 from her bank account in the days before the murder, and cell phone records also placed him near the crime scene at the time of her murder.