Florida Girl Stole Parents Debit Card To Pay Hit Men To Kill Her Parents

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A 17-year-old Florida girl has been arrested after stealing her parents debit card – and then using it to pay two people to kill them.

Alyssa Michelle Hatcher was arrested on Monday (September 9) by the Umatilla Police Department.

The Umatilla High School student has since been charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder and one count of theft, according to the Lake County Sheriffs Offices arrest affidavit.

The plan began to unfurl after an undisclosed juvenile witness contacted the sheriffs department to let them know Hatcher had given a friend a lot of money to find someone to kill her parents.

An investigation soon found that the teenager had stolen her parents debit card and used it to complete two transactions: one for $503, another for $926.40, with both payments being given to two different individuals, according to the arrest affidavit.

The sheriffs office Sergeant Fred Jones said in a statement:

According to investigators the juvenile suspect stole her parents debit card and made two separate transactions withdrawing funds to pay the individuals to carry out the murder.

The juvenile suspect was placed in custody and transported to the Lake County Jail where she was processed and turned over to the Department of Juvenile Justice.

Alyssa Hatcher Florida Teen Stole Parents Debit CardLake County Sheriff's Office

As reported by Fox 35, Detective D. Causey got in contact with Hatchers boyfriend to try and get to the bottom of the sinister plot.

He told the detective that Hatcher was last seen on Monday morning (September 9) at a known drug house – allegedly, she said this is where she wanted her parents to be killed.

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There was no dispute over the claims: in a recorded interview, Hatcher admitted the whole thing, saying she had stolen the card and made two transactions.

She did go into further detail however: Hatcher added that $100 of the first transaction was used to buy cocaine while another $400 was given to the second witness. The witness was to then find someone to kill her parents.

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