Ravenna sisters arraigned in hit man attempt case

Two sisters were arraigned Friday after authorities say they tried to hire a hit man to kill the husband of one of the women.
AP Wire
Nov 15, 2013

Diane Hart, 45, and Vickie Brill, 50, both of Ravenna, were arraigned in a Muskegon court on solicitation to murder charges. A judge set $100,000 bond for each and said they'll get court-appointed lawyers.

A court hearing is set for Nov. 27.

Authorities said Hart's husband told police he learned from a relative about plans to kill him.

State police said the women met with an undercover officer in a Norton Shores parking lot on Wednesday. It was there that investigators say an agreement was reached. Prosecutors said $5,000 was to be paid for the killing, with jewelry used as a down payment.



The sisters should have just waited - if I had been Hart's husband, and had a sister-in-law like Vickie, I suspect I would have killed myself before too long.


Dumb, evil and ........well, you know. These two honeys going away may be the best thing that ever happened to this dude. Free at last, free at last oh Lord, Hart's free at last.


read the bible before ur heart stop beatin . . .

deuce liti

I bet they were big lottery players and guzzled down the Coors light.


I don't know who in the family, using that term loosely, is the poker player, but Holy Deliverance Batman, what a pair to draw too. You can bet Halloween is their favorite holiday, no costumes needed. Where the hell is Springer…and Dr. Phil…

Ding da ding da ding da ding da ding …as the banjo plays…


Maybe it would've been a mercy killing?

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