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Corinth Woman Allegedly Sought Person to Kill Husband for Life Insurance, Police Say

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today

A Corinth woman who was recently indicted on the charge of conspiracy to commit murder allegedly asked a person if someone could be retained to kill her husband, police said.


Lisa Ann Mullins-Null, 44, of Norman Road, allegedly considered a plan to split life insurance money if someone would kill her husband, Detective Capt. Dell Green said.

Mullins-Null was with her husband, Billy Clay Mullins, when she was arrested in connection with the indictment about two weeks ago during a traffic stop on Fulton Drive, Green said.

Corinth Police received the report on Nov. 15 that Mullins-Null had allegedly asked a person if someone could be retained to take her husband’s life, Green added.

Police conducted an undercover operation and substantiated the allegation, Green said.

Mullins-Null was still in jail on Monday afternoon.

The case was worked by Corinth Police Detective Michael Suitor.

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