LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Las Vegas man accused of fatally shooting his
wife and the hit man he hired to kill her stood to receive $400,000 in life insurance.
That's according to grand jury testimony released this week in the case of Thomas Randolph. Thomas Randolph was arrested on murder charges in Utah earlier this month. He's accused of hiring Michael James Miller to kill his wife, Sharon Causse Randolph, in their Las Vegas home and then double-crossing and killing Miller.
Witnesses told the grand jury that Randolph was the beneficiary of four life insurance policies on his wife, totaling $400,000. They also said Randolph and Miller were illegally selling prescription pills.
Information from: Las Vegas Review-Journal, http://www.lvrj.com
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