Bail had been set at $1 million Wednesday for a Cottage Grove guy whom authorities associated with a complex dark web plot to cover their wife’s murder before he fundamentally poisoned and shot her himself and staged her death as committing committing suicide.
Stephen Carl Allwine, 43, ended up being faced with second-degree murder that is intentional the Nov. 13, 2016, loss of their spouse, Amy Louise Allwine, 43, at their 110th Street house. He showed up Wednesday for a short first look in Washington County District Court. He could be being held in Washington County prison.
District Court Judge Susan Miles set Allwine’s bail at $1 million without conditions or $500,000 with conditions, including which he wear a GPS monitoring unit if he posts bail, stay in Minnesota and now have just supervised experience of the Allwines’ 9-year-old son.
Allwine’s lawyer, Kevin DeVore, desired a diminished bail which he said their customer could afford. Using the services of Allwine could be more difficult if he’s in jail, DeVore stated.
“This is just a case that is complicated” he told Miles.
Fred Fink, unlawful unit chief for the Washington County Attorney’s Office, had required a $2 million bail because he said circumstances recommend Allwine is really a trip danger. Fink stated Allwine gets the funds to flee and recently liquidated silver coins for money.
Fink also referenced the elegance involved with Allwine’s so-called actions, saying it “appears become a total dedication to destroy this woman.”
The complaint’s that is criminal narrative details a complex research led by Cottage Grove authorities, that has the help of the FBI and also the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension while they carried out deep electronic forensic evaluating and dug to the dark part regarding the internet where murder-for-hire jobs are taken care of in digital money. Continue reading “Charge: Cottage Grove guy killed wife at night internet murder plot”