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CrimeDeputies: Central Florida teen paid 2 different people to kill her parents

21:40  10 september  2019
21:40  10 september  2019 Source:   wesh.com

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A Lake County teenager has been arrested after deputies said she stole money from her parents and then tried to hire two different people to kill them. Officials with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said Alyssa Hatcher, 17, stole her parents debit card and withdrew money that she then used to pay

Deputies said the murder-for-hire plot came to light after another teenager told a Lake County Sheriff's school resource officer the 17-year-old When investigators tracked down Hatcher, she admitted that she’d paid one person 0 to kill her parents and then gave another person 0 because the first

A Lake County teenager has been arrested after deputies said she stole money from her parents and then tried to hire two different people to kill them.

Deputies: Central Florida teen paid 2 different people to kill her parents© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. alyssa hatcher

Officials with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said Alyssa Hatcher, 17, stole her parents debit card and withdrew money that she then used to pay people she wanted to kill her parents.

Deputies said the murder-for-hire plot came to light after another teenager told a Lake County Sheriff's school resource officer the 17-year-old Umatilla High School student had paid another friend "a lot of money" to kill her parents.

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A teen from Lake County, Florida is accused of stealing her parents ' debit card and using money from their account to hire people to kill them. The affidavit said that in an interview with deputies , Hatcher, a Umatilla High School student, said she used 0 to buy cocaine and the rest to pay two

A teen from Lake County, Florida is accused of stealing her parents ' debit card and using money from their account to hire people to kill them. The affidavit said that in an interview with deputies , Hatcher, a Umatilla High School student, said she used 0 to buy cocaine and the rest to pay two

Hatcher's boyfriend then told investigators that he’d seen Hatcher Monday morning and she told him that she wanted to kill her parents.

When investigators tracked down Hatcher, she admitted that she’d paid one person $400 to kill her parents and then gave another person $900 because the first person she paid did not carry the act out, an arrest affidavit said.

Investigators said she'd stolen her parents' debit card and used $100 to buy cocaine before spending the rest on the murder-for-hire plot.

Deputies said the Hatcher is being charged with two counts of criminal solicitation of murder.

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