A Noblesville couple was arrested after they plotted to kill the man's ex-wife, police say.
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- A Noblesville couple was arrested after they plotted to kill the man's ex-wife, police say.
Narsan Lingala, 54, Sandya Reddy, 51, were arrested and preliminarily charged with one count of conspiracy to commit murder and one count of attempted murder in the first degree.
Police believe Lingala and his Reddy plotted the murder of Lingala's ex-wife in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
They were arrested after a three-month investigation by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, the FBI and the Woodbridge Police Department.
Trying to find a hitman to kill Lingala's ex-wife, they met with somebody who ended up being an undercover officer.
Anybody with any information should contact the Woodbridge Police Department at 732-635-7700, or the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office at 732-745-3976.
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