Monday, January 24, 2011

Inmate accused of trying to hire hit man, faces 30 years

Illinois - Mikhail “Mike”  Gelzin, 53, was convicted and sentenced to 180 days at the Cook County Jail after pleading guilty to a domestic violence arrest. He was investigated after members of the sheriff’s criminal intelligence unit learned that he may have been trying to find a hit man to kill the woman he had originally been arrested for battering and harassing. An investigator posed as a hit man and met with Gelzin, who offered the undercover officer $15,000 for the hit but later talked the officer down to $12,000.  More…

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