Two Texas Girls Plot To Murder Their Families and Run Away
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A TWISTED FRIENDSHIP
A few weeks ago, a Parker county girl had connected with another girl from Lufkin. The two girls exchanged conversations and soon, they began making plans for a future event.
FORMULATING A FATAL PLAN
The two girls began to formulate a deadly plan. The two created a plan to kill their families and pets, then run away. According to investigators, the Parker County girl planned to shoot her family and pets, then drive to Lufkin, pick up her friend, and take off to Georgia.
A CHANGE IN PLANS
Fast forward a few weeks, the Parker County girl decided to initiate the plan. She shot her father, but then things changed. The girl ended up shooting herself as well, killing both of them.
Officials were called out to the Parker County family's home in response to a shooting. When deputies arrived they found a girl laying in the street with a gunshot wound to her head, and found a handgun under her body.
Deputies headed inside her home and found her 38-year-old father on the ground with a gunshot wound to his stomach.
LUFKIN POLICE GET INVOLVED
Law enforcement quickly learned about the exchange between the Lufkin girl and the Parker County girl at the bloody scene. The girl in Lufkin also planned to kill her father, officials said, but she didn't go through with it. Lufkin police quickly opened a case and she faces a criminal conspiracy charge.