The woman charged with shooting a man in a Stevens Point murder-for-hire last year has reached a plea deal. Portage County district attorney Tom Eagon confirmed the deal involving Linda Dietze but would not get into specifics until she enters the plea Friday afternoon.
Eagon also would not say whether Dietze's two co-defendants had struck a deal. Dietze is accused of shooting James Glodowski in Zenoff Park last November so his wife could continue an extramarital affair. He survived five gunshot wounds. She's charged with being party to attempted first-degree intentional homicide, a crime that carries a maximum 60-year prison sentence.