Report: Packers fullback's agent arrested in murder-for-hire sting
An agent who represents a Packers running back has been arrested in an apparent case of murder-for-hire, along with a series of other crimes.
CBS San Francisco reports that Marlon Sullivan faces accusations of offering to commit murder-for-hire, creating fake credit cards, selling drugs and firearms.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that Sullivan represents Packers fullback Ina Liaina.
A federal affidavit which CBS San Francisco cites says Sullivan would not have any problem "pulling off a hit," and the report claims he said " 'I got a hundred *****s. I still got my ties to the street. I got young boys who love me.' "