STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAU) – A Portage County judge has allowed an attorney representing a Stevens Point murder-for-hire suspect to withdraw from the case.
Carla Glodowski has asked for a new attorney. It will likely be up to the public defender’s office to appoint the new counsel, said district attorney Tom Eagon.
A meeting to set future court dates has been set for December 14th.
Glodowski is charged with being party to attempted homicide for hiring another woman to kill her husband so she could continue an extramarital affair.
Linda Dietze shot James Glodowski five times in the head in Zenoff Park in Stevens Point last November. He survived. A judge sentenced Dietze last month to seven years in prison for pulling the trigger.
A third co-conspirator is also charged in the scheme.