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Farina man charged with murder solitication

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By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

A Farina man is being held in Fayette County Jail without bond for allegedly trying to have his wife killed.
Mark G. Fulk, 35, was arrested last Friday on a charge of solitication for murder.
The office of Fayette County State’s Attorney Joshua Morrison has charged Fulk with solicitation of murder for hire, a Class X felony.
In the information, Morrison’s office alleges that Fulk approached a man and offered to him cash, a motorcycle, auto shop and house as payment for killing his wife.


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