Law enforcement officials allege that 52-year-old Mark Lavandowski of Pittsboro attempted to bribe a fellow inmate at the Chatham County jail by paying his bail and getting him to kill Lavandowski’s wife. Officials say a long trail of alcohol and abuse accusations led up to the alleged conspiracy attempt.
Law enforcement officials allege that 52-year-old Mark Lavandowski of Pittsboro attempted to bribe a fellow inmate at the Chatham County jail by paying his bail and getting him to kill Lavandowski’s wife. Officials say a long trail of alcohol and abuse accusations led up to the alleged conspiracy attempt. Colin Warren-Hicks cwarrenhicks@heraldsun.com
Law enforcement officials allege that 52-year-old Mark Lavandowski of Pittsboro attempted to bribe a fellow inmate at the Chatham County jail by paying his bail and getting him to kill Lavandowski’s wife. Officials say a long trail of alcohol and abuse accusations led up to the alleged conspiracy attempt. Colin Warren-Hicks cwarrenhicks@heraldsun.com

He wanted his wife dead so he tried to hire a fellow inmate to do it, DA says

December 07, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED December 10, 2017 12:02 PM

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