Vermont jury finds man guilty of killing teacher lured from her home; wife faces own trial.

A part-time snowplow driver has been found guilty of killing a prep-school teacher who was lured from her Vermont home with a ruse about a broken down car.

A jury on Wednesday rejected arguments by Allen Prue's defense that his wife, Patricia Prue, killed 33-year-old Melissa Jenkins in a jealous rage on March 25, 2012.

Prosecutors say the Prues lured Jenkins from her home as part of a long-planned crime. Jenkins' nude body was found the next day in the Connecticut River. She had been strangled.

Patricia Prue is being tried separately.

The jury convicted 32-year-old Allen Prue after six hours of deliberations. His lawyer had argued his client was unaware of his wife's plan to kill Jenkins.