Deputies: Florida teen tried to hire someone to murder her parents

Alyssa Hatcher

A Florida teenager arrested this week on charges of attempting to have her parents killed was ordered Wednesday to remain in custody.

Hatcher's social media profiles indicate that she was a cheerleader at Umatilla High School.

Alyssa Michelle Hatcher is accused of stealing almost $1,500 from her parents' bank account while trying to carry out her murder-for-hire plot, a police affidavit says.

"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.

On Tuesday, Alyssa Hatcher, 17, of Umatilla in Central Florida, was arrested and charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder, a Lake County Sheriff's Office arrest affidavit shows. Lake County Sheriff's Office Detective David Causey spoke to the friend on September 9, saying Hatcher asked two different people.

Hatcher also confessed to buying $100 (£81) worth of cocaine, according to documents. He told authorities that Hatcher was last seen on Monday morning.

Hatcher then attempted the plot again.

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When investigators tracked down Hatcher, she allegedly admitted that she had paid one person $400 to kill her parents and gave another person $900 when the first person she paid did not carry the act out.

Hatcher was then interviewed by police at her home. "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".

An investigation soon found that the teen had stolen her parents' debit card and completed two transaction - one for $503 and the other for $926.40.

According to the report, Hatcher's parents are pressing criminal charges against their daughter.

"The parents are good people, outstanding citizens. This was just somebody, who for whatever reason, just didn't want her parents around", Jones told WFTV.

Officials do not believe the parents are in danger any longer.

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