A York-area business owner accused of hiring a hit man to kill his wife’s lover walked out of York County Prison on Friday morning.
Gregory Allen Hess, through a local bail bondsman, posted his $10 million bail and left the prison at 11:04 a.m., according to prison records.
Hess, 46, of 1950 Hoff Road in North Codorus Township, is charged with solicitation to commit homicide.
The co-owner of Keystone Restoration & Builders Inc. is accused of paying $1,900 to a man identified in court as “Informant 1” to kill Christopher Ward, who was involved with Hess’ wife, Laurie Hess.
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