Woman enters guilty plea for 2014 kidnapping, quadruple murder in Kentucky
CADIZ, Kentucky —
Both suspects in a murder-for-hire killing of a Kentucky family pleaded guilty and have been sentenced to prison.
According to the Kentucky State Police, Ann Plotkin pleaded guilty Friday for her role in the murders of Champion's family.
Ryan Champion, 36, pleaded guilty in January to murder, three counts of complicity to murder and one count of kidnapping. He's charged in the 2014 deaths of his father, Lindsey Champion; his mother, Joy Champion; his sister, Emily Champion; and his alleged accomplice, Vito Riservato.
Police believe Champion teamed with Riservato in a murder-for-hire scheme that led to the family's deaths. Riservato was also found dead in the Champions' home.
Ann Plotkin pleaded guilty to three counts pf complicity to murder. She was sentenced to 22 years in prison.
On Jan. 27, Champion was sentenced to life in prison without parole.