Uloma Walker-Curry has entered a courtroom. She is charged with aggravated murder. pic.twitter.com/SgeolocEIf
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The mother of a Cleveland firefighter conspired with a organisation of immature group to kill her father so she could collect on a life word process and cover adult financial rascal she committed in her husband’s name, prosecutors pronounced Monday.
Uloma Walker-Curry, 44, was indicted on aggravated murder, swindling and criminal attack charges in a Nov 2013 slaying of glow Lt. William Walker, 45, a Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office announced. He was shot to genocide in a drive of his Cleveland home. Chad Padgett, 21, Christopher Hein, 22, and Ryan Dorty, 23, were indicted on a same charges.
Walker-Curry asked Padgett and a youthful to kill her husband, prosecutors said. They lay Padgett afterwards recruited his cousin, Hein, who incited to Dorty, who killed Walker.
Cleveland carnage detectives primarily followed leads supposing by Walker-Curry that area drug dealers competence have killed her father to stop him from angry about them. But a Crime Stoppers tip and cellphone technology, including content messages, led detectives to examine Walker-Curry, who was arrested final week, prosecutors said.
Dorty was condemned to 15 years in jail final year for an separate aggravated robbery. Padgett was arrested Aug. 8 for Walker’s slaying. Padgett antiquated Walker-Curry’s daughter, prosecutors said.
No profession information was accessible for a 4 suspects. Walker-Curry and Padgett are being hold on $1 million bonds. No bond has been set for Hein, who was arrested Monday. The youthful will eventually face evasion charges, prosecutors said.