APPLETON, WI (WTAQ) - One of two Minnesota women accused of a murder in 2007 made her initial appearance in Outagamie County Court Friday.
Kandi Siveny is among three women charged with the murder of 30-year-old Lara Plamann.
According to court documents, Kandi Siveny is the one who actually pulled the trigger shooting and killing Plamann at a Greenville home. The court commissioner set Siveny's bond at $1 million cash.
According to the criminal complaint, Kandi Siveny's mother Dianna was dating the victim Lara Plamann and thought she was cheating.
The Sivenys hired a third woman, Rosie Campbell to kill Plamann.
But court documents say when the time came, Campbell decided she did not want to pull the trigger and watched Kandi Siveny shoot and kill Plamann.
All three women are charged with first-degree homicide in the case.
Campbell was also supposed to make her first appearance in court Friday, but that was rescheduled for Monday.