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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Murder-for-hire plot in NWA features LSD, bowling, a guitar, and a Winnebago

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An Elkins woman is out on bail after she allegedly tried to hire another woman to kill her ex-husband. Police say she offered the woman money and goods, including a guitar and Winnebago, as payment for the deed. KFSM Channel 5 reports.

Teri Lea Baber bonded out of jail late last week after being arrested on suspicion of solicitation of murder. The woman who police say Baber tried to hire informed the authorities, providing them with a taped telephone conversation in which Baber suggested that the woman meet her ex-husband at a bowling alley in Fayetteville after his league bowling night, slip LSD into his drink, and then either shoot him or convince him to shoot himself.

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