by Mindy Aguon
Guam - A woman is being held on $250,000 cash bail accused of soliciting someone to poison and murder her husband. Myrna Castro Evans is charged with solicitation to commit aggravated murder and terrorizing. According to court documents, Evans offered land, money, and an FJ Cruiser in exchange for the person poisoning her husband and making it look like a natural death. The woman was recorded making the offer and told police she intended to kill herself, the victim and the victim's girlfriend.
Assistant attorney general Gabrielle Rossi announced, "We do feel that Mr. Evans' life is in extreme danger from this defendant so we are asking for $250,000 bail."
The judge granted the request and Evans attorney intends to ask for a reduction in bail. Her next hearing is set for March 21.
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