GREELEY, Colo. (AP) – Billie Allen, accused of plotting to kill a district attorney, has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge and was sentenced to nine years in prison. Allen is a suspected prison gang member.
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The Greeley Tribune reported that the 32-year-old pleaded guilty Friday to a felony count of attempt to influence a public servant, which carries up to 12 years imprisonment.READ MORE: Elitch Gardens Hosts 'Luminova Holidays' -- First-Ever Holiday Event
Prosecutors say he was originally charged with solicitation of first-degree murder after deliberation, which carries up to 24 years in prison. Authorities say the suspected 211 Crew member plotted to kill Weld District Attorney Michael Rourke. Allen’s lawyer argued for a prison sentence of four years saying her client was sorry.MORE NEWS: Broncos Gamble, Lose To Chiefs, Fall 2 Games Back In Division
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