Donna Roberts Biography and Wiki
Donna Marie Roberts is an American convict who previously worked as a plastic surgeon assistant for over 20 years in North Miami Beach. She was convicted of being an accomplice to murder and is the only woman on death row in the State of Ohio. Donna Roberts is currently Incarcerated at Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville, Ohio.
Roberts’ execution remains on hold, as are all others in Ohio because the Governor of Ohio, Mike DeWine declared a death penalty moratorium for 2021 due to the controversy over lethal injections and the lack of the state finding an appropriate drug for the executions.
Donna Roberts Age and Birthday
Roberts was born on May 22, 1944, in Youngstown, Ohio, U.S. She is 77 years old.
Donna Roberts Height
Roberts is of average stature, Her exact measurements are still under review and will be updated soon.
Regarding, her education, Donna was a student of Austintown Fitch High School, a public high school in Austintown, Ohio, She then enrolled at Youngstown State University for two years.
Donna Roberts Parents
Donna was born in Youngstown, Ohio, the daughter of Michael Roberts and Pauline Terrago.
Donna Roberts Husband & Kids
Roberts married her first husband William Raymond in 1966, the couple then moved to Miami, Florida. She had one child, Michael Raymond, in 1969. She and William Raymond divorced in 1971. She got married again to her second husband Burton Gelfand in 1972 and later divorced him in 1980.
Roberts met her late husband Robert Fingerhut in 1980.
Donna Roberts Murder
In 2003, Donna Roberts was convicted of complicity to aggravated murder. Roberts was having an affair with Nathaniel E. Jackson before he was sent to prison for a separate offense. While Jackson was still in prison, he stated in letters and phone calls that he would kill her ex-husband, Robert Fingerhut, which he did on December 11, 2001,
Jackson was sentenced to death for his role in the murder. Investigators said Donna Roberts bought Jackson a mask and gloves to wear while committing the crime, even allowing him into the home where the murder occurred.
Both were sentenced to death for scheming to kill Fingerhut so Roberts could collect more than $500,000 in life insurance proceeds.