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Sep 20, 2013

Woman who allegedly put a hit on her husband gets bail from Supreme Court

A woman, who is married to a British citizen and who has been accused of putting a hit on him by allegedly hiring the services of a Woman Special Constable, is free tonight on Supreme Court bail. Thirty-nine year old San Ignacio resident, Frances Ayala Wilson is facing a single charge of abetment to murder.  This morning, with the assistance of her attorney, Simeon Sampson, Ayala Wilson managed to secure bail through the Supreme Court. Justice Denis Hanomansingh offered bail in the sum of ten thousand dollars, but she was ordered to report to the San Ignacio police every Friday and to be present when her case comes up before the court.  On September second, 2013, Ayala Wilson was arraigned before Magistrate Leslie Hamilton following an allegation that she was planning to have her wealthy husband, Glen Wilson killed. Wilson and the accused had split and he had moved to San Pedro where he was engaged in a relationship with another woman. The hit was never carried out and instead the matter was reported to the police.

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