(The AEGIS Alliance) – A 12-year-old girl in Weatherford, Texas apparently fired a gunshot at her dad in what detectives affirm was an intricate “murder plot” with her friend to eliminate family members and flee.
On September 20, a Tuesday, sheriff’s deputies got a report of a shooting and discovered an age 12 girl on the road struggling with an evident gunfire injury to her head. The girl’s age 38 dad was apparently inside the residence with a gunshot injury to his abdominal area, the Parker County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook.
The girl and her dad were rushed to a local medical center in a sky ambulance.
The Parker County Sheriff’s Office strongly believes the 12-year-old girl fired the gunshot at her father, fled her house, and afterward shot herself. Deputies located a handgun underneath the adolescent.
The sheriff’s office indicated that the girl “planned for several weeks to murder her family and pets,” as well as she purportedly talked to one more girl in Lufkin, Texas, regarding her strategy. It’s reported that the other girl stated she was heading to murder her dad, yet the Sheriff’s Office mentioned she “did not go through with the plan.”
The 12-year-old intended to get the other girl in Lufkin and after that “run away together to Georgia.”
Lufkin Police are currently looking into the case. The adolescent in Lufkin has been charged with criminal conspiracy.
It wasn’t revealed if the 12-year-old in Weatherford is going to face charges and if she does, with what criminal offenses.
Parker County Sheriff Russ Authier pointed out, “Due to the injuries, the age of the juveniles, and the sensitive case matter, information released regarding this case will be limited.”
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