Heavily tattooed man is arrested in the & # 39; execution style & # 39; gunfire of a lawyer & # 39; more than $ 200,000 & # 39; – after his wife was accused of & # 39; delivering an outing & # 39;
- Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot three times in the Happy Cup cafe in Bankstown in 2018
- The police arrested a 34-year-old man in a house in Leppington on Thursday
- His wife Analosa Ah Keni was arrested in March and charged with murder
A heavily tattooed man was arrested after the death of a Sydney lawyer who was executed in broad daylight in a cafe.
Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot three times in January 2018 at an uneven reach for horrible witnesses outside the Happy Cup cafe at Bankstown City Plaza in the southwest of the city.
Strike Force Eugene descended on a house in Leppington on Thursday morning, where they arrested a 34-year-old suspect in connection with the murder.
Police claim he was the brains behind the execution and ordered the hit on Mr. Ledinh after a dispute of more than $ 200,000.
Strikeforce Eugene descended on a Leppington house on Thursday morning, where they arrested a 34-year-old suspect
Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot three times in the back at one point in front of horrified witnesses
The husband's wife, Analosa Ah Keni, from Liverpool, was arrested on the Hume Highway on Marulan in March and charged with murder.
She would have followed Ledinh in the hours before his death, provided that the shooter had a disguise and offered her van as an outing.
The man who was arrested on Thursday is currently being interrogated by the Narellan police station.
The alleged shooter, Arthur Kelekolio was arrested at Sydney International Airport in February when he tried to board a flight to Bali.
He was also charged with murder.
The heavily tattooed man is the third person to be arrested for the death of Ho Ledinh in 2018
The police think that Mr Ledinh may have been involved in a dispute with a number of parties about money
Mr. Ledinh, a five-year-old father, was one of the lawyers representing Philip Nguyen, the man convicted in 2010 of murdering the Sydney police officer, Bill Crews.
The police think that Mr Ledinh may have been involved in a dispute with a number of parties about money.
& # 39; We will claim that there was a disagreement about money. What we know [is] the person arrested today was [allegedly] responsible for contracting the person [who pulled the trigger], & said Chief Inspector Cook.
& # 39; We think this [is] to do with a dispute over money, a substantial amount of money. We think the dispute has been going on for some time. & # 39;
The police claim that he was the brain behind the execution and ordered the battle of the 65-year-old
The alleged shooter, Arthur Kelekolio, was arrested at Sydney International Airport in February and tried to board a flight to Bali
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