February 22, 2024
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A North County lady behind a failed multimillion-dollar horse-themed present on the Del Mar Fairgrounds pleaded responsible this week to providing somebody cash to kill her husband and was instantly sentenced to a few years and eight months in state jail.

Tatyana Remley, 43, pleaded responsible on Thursday to a rely of solicitation to commit homicide stemming from an try to rent an individual to kill her husband, Mark Remley. She additionally pleaded responsible to having a loaded, hid gun that wasn’t registered to her, in response to the San Diego County District Legal professional’s Workplace.

A second gun-related cost was dismissed Thursday and he or she was instantly sentenced to a stipulated three-year, eight-month jail time period.

Remley was arrested in August throughout a sting operation during which sheriff’s officers say she advised an undercover detective she needed her husband killed and that his physique must be disposed of. Remley introduced three weapons to the assembly with the undercover detective, in addition to money meant as a “down fee” for the homicide, in response to the sheriff’s division.

The couple had been married since 2011, however separated and reconciled a number of instances over time.

Tatyana Remley filed for divorce earlier this yr and in courtroom filings, she alleged abuse at Mark Remley’s palms, together with incidents during which he allegedly pointed a gun at her head and chased her with a knife. Mark Remley denied these allegations to The Coast Information earlier this yr.

Greater than a decade in the past, the couple produced “Valitar,” a circus- fashion equestrian present that was canceled after just a few performances.

Distributors and workers had been left unpaid and almost all supplies related to the present had been auctioned off to pay again collectors.

Erik Martonovich, a aggressive horse rider who was introduced in to direct “Valitar,” advised the San Diego Union-Tribune in 2013 that the Remleys “had no clue what they had been doing — about something.”

–Metropolis Information Service