A Saginaw man is among seven people indicted in a bizarre murder-for-hire scheme, a South Carolina newspaper reports. Mario Corley, 40, of Saginaw and men from South Carolina and Colorado are accused of being part of a drug trafficking organization that conspired to commit murder in exchange for cash and cocaine. The men, including current and former members of the military, thought the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas was hiring them to obtain weapons for the organization, train members in military tactics and make a contract killing, according to prosecutors. But it was a sting, with undercover Drug Enforcement Administration agents posing as cartel members, according to the Justice Department. The seven men face various charges, including drug distribution, conspiracy to commit murder for hire, and use of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking. Among the allegations is that 300 pounds of marijuana was to be delivered to the Saginaw man in Charleston, S.C.