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Two sisters from rural Idaho have been charged in a murder-for-hire plot after investigators say say they tried to recruit a fuel deliveryman and an undercover deputy to kill their neighbor.
Debra Wensman, 50, and Doris Wensman, 46, each has been charged with a felony for allegedly trying to solicit someone to commit murder. They made their first appearance in court on Friday.
Cause - Affidavit - Detective - Brian - Hewson
According to a probable cause affidavit by Detective Brian Hewson obtained by The Lewiston Tribune, the sisters confronted a man who was delivering fuel oil to their property last Tuesday.
Hewson said the Wensmans accused Ryan Mader of stalking them and then offered him guns, ammunition and $5,000 to kill their neighbor, 57-year-old Ed Stubbers.
Mader - Sisters - Farm - Village - Greencreek
Mader left the sisters' farm in the Village of Greencreek and immediately called the sheriff’s office to report the incident.
On Thursday, a group of deputies met at the Greencreek Community Hall, and Deputy Sam AuGello, dressed in plain clothes and driving an unmarked vehicle, was equipped with a digital transmitter.
Court - Documents - AuGello - Wensmans - Home
According to court documents, AuGello drove to the Wensmans’ home and made contact with the sisters, who allegedly began discussing their desire to hire someone to kill Stubbers and said they feared their home was bugged.
Hewson says the women offered AuGello $1,500, guns and ammunition to kill the neighbor, gave him a loaded...
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