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Final Suspect in Holbrook Attack Sees Day in Court

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The fourth suspect in the attempted murder of a Yakima realtor was charged Wednesday in Yakima County Superior Court.

38-year-old Jill Taylor is the former daughter-in-law of the victim Vern Holbrook. She’s charged with attempted first degree murder and first degree assault.

According to court documents Taylor tried to poison the older man and helped look for a hit man. Her bail is set at $1 million.

Three others are being held detectives say Taylor is the girlfriend of 28-year-old Daniel Blizzard who authorities say organized a plot to have Holbrook killed after a failed attempt to purchase Holbrook’s business Aspen Real Estate.

Luis Gomez-Monges and Adriana Mendez are also being held in the county jail as culprits in the attack.

Holbrook continues to recover at a Seattle-area hospital.

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