INSANE: Teen Arrested After Stealing Parents' Debit Card To Get Them KILLED!

Teen stole parents’ money to fund alleged plot to kill them

The 17-year-old Florida teen was arrested and charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder on Monday (local time), Lake County Sheriff's Office said, Fox News reported.

Florida teen Alyssa Hatcher allegedly did just that in the hopes of having her parents whacked, withdrawing cash from her parents' bank account using a stolen debit card, the Lake County Sheriff's Office said.

She added when her parents were not killed she hired "a black male" to do it instead for $900 (£730), ClickOrlando.com reported. Later, Hatcher's boyfriend told police officers of her plan.

Neither plots were successful.

17-year-old Alyssa Hatcher was taken to the Department of Juvenile Justice in Ocala.

An incident report prepared by the Tavares High school resource deputy said the student who tipped her off to the plot told her the girl who accepted the $400 received a text from the suspect that "she was not mad that she took the money but did not carry out the request, she just wants it taken care of".

Hatcher also confessed to buying $100 (£81) worth of cocaine, according to documents.

Police identified the second person she tried to recruit, but his identity wasn't disclosed by police.

Confirming that Hatcher's parents wanted to press charges, Jones told local station WOFL-TV, "When it comes to something like that, I can not imagine the shock you would be in as a parent knowing that this is my daughter - what my daughter meant to do". "I couldn't even imagine something like that".

In a recorded interview, Hatcher shared that she had stolen her parents' debit card and admitted to making the two transaction.

"The parents did press charges", Sgt. Jones said.

He also told WFTV that her parents are decent people.

Sgt Fred Jones said: "There were people who were saying on social media how much she hates her parents".

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