St. Paul women held in 2007 Wis. murder

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APPLETON, Wis. - Two Minnesota women and one Wisconsin woman have been charged in connection with a 2007 shooting death in eastern Wisconsin.

Thirty-year-old Lara Plamann was shot in the head on the Greenville property she shared with her domestic partner Dianna Siveny.

The 53-year-old Siveny along with her 34-year-old daughter Kandi Siveny were charged Monday with first-degree intentional homicide and solicitation of substantial battery. Thirty-eight-year-old Rosie Campbell is charged with first-degree intentional homicide as a party to a crime.

According to the criminal complaint, Kandi Siveny allegedly fired the gun because she suspected Plamann was cheating on her mother. Campbell was allegedly an accomplice. Kandi Siveny and Campbell live in St. Paul, Minn.

Prosecutors say that Campbell provided details of the murder when questioned by investigators, and even gave them a bullet she had taken from the gun used in the killing of Plamann.  

WLUK-TV reports a judge set a $1 million cash bond Monday for Dianna Siveny, who lives in Appleton. Online court records did not list defense attorneys for the women.

 

 

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