A Davenport woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges that she stabbed her husband in March 2017.
Federal prosecutors in CT say 25-year-old Mohamed "Vic" Abdi, of Worcester, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in New Haven to conspiracy to commit sex trafficking by force, fraud or coercion. Her lawyer declined to comment after the hearing.
Under federal law, Cummins faces at least a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison for the sex-related charge.
His sentencing is scheduled before U.S. District Judge Aleta Trauger on September 24.
Jones and her eight co-defendants were charged in at 51-count indictment in November 2016 following an investigation which began in 2014 in Salem involving the sale of drugs, burglaries, thefts, money laundering and others in the community being threatened and assaulted.More news: Plans For Undertaker, John Cena Match At WrestleMania 34
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When authorities found Thomas and Cummins previous year following a nationwide search, Cummins was taken into federal custody, where he remains.
Wang also entered a plea agreement under which she is expected to cooperate with prosecutors.
The magistrate adjourned the case until May 31 for facts and sentence.
Meanwhile, Judge Kontos sentenced Stefan M. Steen, 19, of Warren-Sharon Road in Vienna to eight years in prison after Steen pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of rape and two counts of gross sexual imposition for offenses committed against a girl, 15, during the summer and fall 2017.