A former Cleveland Clinic nurse who pleaded guilty in a murder-for-hire plot involving a patient is set to be sentenced.
CLEVELAND - A former Cleveland Clinic nurse has pleaded guilty in an alleged murder-for-hire plot.
The former nurse who's accused of trying to hire an emergency room patient to carry out the plan pleaded guilty Thursday in a Cleveland federal courtroom.
Authorities say 23-year-old Andrew Martin offered $10,000 to an ER patient to kill a woman in a dispute over ownership of her deceased brother's home. The woman was not harmed.
Investigators say the patient tipped off police that he had been asked by a nurse if he "ever killed anyone."
Martin was arrested last November.
He's due to be sentenced in July.
A former Cleveland Clinic nurse has pleaded guilty in an alleged murder-for-hire plot.
A former Cleveland Clinic nurse charged in an alleged murder-for-hire plot is set to appear in court for a change of plea hearing.
A Cleveland Clinic nurse hatched a plot to kill a woman he was in a home-ownership dispute with, authorities say, by approaching an ER patient with the question, "Ever killed anyone?"
A Cleveland Clinic emergency room nurse has pleaded not guilty in an alleged $10,000 murder-for-hire plot that unsuccessfully targeted a woman in a home ownership dispute.
The Cleveland Clinic nurse accused in a murder-for-hire plot over a house in Lakewood was indicted by a federal grand jury.
Prosecutors say a Cleveland Clinic emergency room nurse tried to hire a patient for $10,000 in an unsuccessful attempt to kill a woman in a dispute over a home ownership claim.