April 27, 2011
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The part-time Steamboat Springs resident and developer also will pay a $100,000 fine and be subject to two years of supervised release, according to Thursday's sentencing in U.S. District Court in Denver.
No new sentencing date has been set for real estate developer and part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg, who pleaded guilty in April to one charge of interstate travel in commission of murder-for-hire.
Steamboat developer in murder-for-hire case pleads guilty to 1 charge; sentencing set for June 30
Real estate developer and part-time Steamboat Springs resident Brooks Kellogg agreed to a deal Thursday that acknowledges his role in a murder-for-hire plot. Kellogg will be sentenced June 30 and is likely to get at least six years behind bars.
The part-time Steamboat Springs resident has asked for a change of plea in his murder-for-hire case, indicating an agreement has been reached that could prevent a trial. He is scheduled to appear during a 2:30 p.m. Thursday hearing in federal court in Denver.