The Umatilla teen is accused of stealing her parents' debit card and making two transactions: One for $503 and the other for $926.40, according to an arrest affidavit from the Lake County Sheriff's Office.
Alyssa Michelle Hatcher, 17, was charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder at the discretion of her mother and stepfather - Tammy Hatcher Scheller and Michael Scheller.
A Florida teenager is facing charges after she allegedly stole her parents' debit card and used the money she withdrew to pay two different people to kill them in a failed murder-for-hire scheme, say officials.
Bank statements from the card allegedly used by Hatcher to coordinate the killings showed a withdrawal of A$730 and another of A$1,300.
A Detective D. Causey contacted Hatcher's boyfriend and learned that she was last seen on Monday morning at a known drug house where she told him was where she wanted her parents to be killed.
In her interview with the detective, the suspect said because "the act was never carried out" by the girl who took $400 she gave $900 to a male to commit the murders, the report said.
Neither plots were successful.
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Umatilla police also arrested the girl on theft charges, according to the report.
The parents of 17-year-old Alyssa Hatcher called police Sunday night after discovering they were missing large chunks of money.
"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. "This was just somebody, who for whatever reason, just didn't want her parents around", Jones told WFTV.
Hatcher was nabbed and booked at the Lake County Jail where she was processed and turned over to the Department of Juvenile Justice.
"That's why relationships are so important", he said.
She admitted using $100 of the first withdrawal to buy cocaine and used the remainder to pay her friend to hire a hit man, the affidavit stated.