THE wife of a wealthy Indian doctor has turned herself in to face charges in the shooting death of her husband last year in Ohio.
Hours earlier, a man linked romantically to her had pleaded guilty in the case.
Donna Moonda, 47, was charged in a US federal court in Youngstown, Ohio, on Monday with interstate stalking that resulted in death and with using a firearm in a violent crime.
Earlier in the day, Damian Bradford, 25, had admitted in court to his involvement in the shooting and agreed to cooperate with the authorities. Prosecutors said Bradford was the triggerman.
Dr Gulam Moonda, 69, a urologist from Pennsylvania, was shot on May 13 last year after he pulled off a road south of Cleveland to let his wife drive, the authorities said.
His wife had said a gunman emerged from another vehicle, shot and robbed her husband, then fled.
Prosecutors said they would decide later whether to seek the death penalty against Dr Moonda's widow. Her lawyer said she intended to plead not guilty.