Nice guy - hope he rots in jail

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From South of here - the Skagit Breaking News:

Sedro Woolley Man Arrested for Attempting To Arrange Murder Of His Child
A Sedro Woolley Man, who is being held in the Skagit County Jail on charges of Child Molestation involving his juvenile daughter has been arrested for attempting to have her and his mother-in-law murdered by another inmate.

According to a press release from Lieutenant Chris Cammock with the Mount Vernon Police Department, the Skagit County Prosecutor’s Office contacted the Mount Vernon Police Department on Monday, May 11th, 2016 regarding an inmate at the Skagit County Jail who was soliciting another inmate to commit a murder.

Detectives learned the suspect, a 50-year old Sedro Woolley Man, was being held on charges of Child Molestation involving his juvenile daughter by the Sedro Woolley Police Department. The man believed that if the child victim was no longer around his Child Molestation charges in the case would be dropped and he would be freed from jail.

Over the next several days, Mount Vernon Investigators obtained recorded conversations, written documents and conducted several interviews with witnesses and the suspect. Investigators learned the suspect had offered to sign over three vehicles he valued at approximately $10,000 in exchange for the cellmate to kill his daughter and mother-in-law once the inmate was released from jail.

Additionally, the suspect developed code words to use if the plans changed after the cellmate was released and they needed to talk by phone. The suspect had several opportunities over these days to cancel the plans, warn the intended victims, advise authorities, or notify the cellmate it was not a serious request, however this never occurred.

I think about six or seven consecutive life sentences without parole would not be out of line here. Or let him escape and have him shot during the process - save the state a couple hundred K.

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