2 men charged with murdering a woman who disappeared 3 years ago had a pact to kill each other’s wives, according to court documents released in the case.
Rachael Anderson, disappeared in 2010. Her estranged husband, Charles Capone and David Stone were charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy.
One of David Stone’s former co-workers, Christopher Porter, told law enforcement agents that David Stone originally wanted him to kill his wife, Alisa Stone.
But David Stone later called off that plan, after telling Christopher Porter that he and Charles Capone had agreed to kill each other’s wives, according to a probable cause motion that accompanies the charges.
Anderson, who is David Stone’s wife and a mother of 4, disappeared April 16, 2010. Authorities now indicate that they believe Capone and Stone may have drugged, then killed Anderson before disposing of her body, which hasn’t been found.
After completing his federal sentence in September, Capone had been in Asotin County Jail in Washington on a $1 million bond since Oct. 3 after being charged with domestic violence assault against Anderson in a case stemming from an incident before she went missing.