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

Ms Hatcher allegedly took money from her parents debit cards before paying her friend

Ms Hatcher allegedly took money from her parents debit cards before paying her friend

A 17-year-old girl used her parents' stolen debit card in an attempt to pay someone to kill her mother and father, according to the Lake County Sheriff's Office.

"This is a sad case when you think about the family dynamics and everything", Sergeant Fred Jones, of the Lake County Sheriff's Office, told Fox 35 Orlando.

She could face 30 years to life in prison on each of the solicitation of murder charges if found guilty. This all came to light when a student reported Hatcher to the high school.

A Florida teen has been accused of stealing her parents' debit card and using it to help fund paying two people to kill them, authorities announced on Tuesday. The first was for $503 (£407) and then the next was for $926.40 (£750).

Detective D. Causey then got in touch with Hatcher's boyfriend. He told investigators that he saw his high school girlfriend the morning of September 9 at a "known drug house," where she told him of the alleged plot. Later on Monday, the friend reportedly received a text from Hatcher asking for a place to stay.

When the act wasn't carried out, Hatcher said she gave the other $900 to another male to kill her parents for her, the affidavit states.

Alyssa Michelle Hatcher is accused of paying a friend a'lot of money to kill her parents
Alyssa Michelle Hatcher is accused of paying a friend a'lot of money to kill her parents

A Florida teen who tried to hire someone to kill her parents was arrested Monday in Lake County, authorities say.

In an interview that was recorded after, Hatcher apparently admitted she had stolen her parents' debit card and confirmed she did make the two transactions.

"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 teenager was taken into custody and transported to the Lake County Jail earlier this week.

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".