US woman, 18, arrested after trying to hire a hitman to kill 3-year-old son

His motive for killing his son is not revealed.

An 18-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with trying to hire a hit man to kill her 3-year-old son this week. new york post informed of. According to the police, the woman used to use the website and requested an assassin to kill her 3-year-old before the end of the week.

What he didn’t realize, however, was that the site was a parody. As per the report, the woman presented pictures of her little boy and the exact location he was going to.

The operator of the parody website reached out to police to report that the woman had contacted them to arrange a murder-for-hire for the young child. The police report states that the police traced the IP of the computer that was used to make the request with the website and it was the one that was listed by the woman making the request.

An investigator posing as the hitman approached the woman who confirmed the request and agreed to pay $3,000 for the murder. Later the police went to his house and arrested him.

Court documents show he has been charged with first-degree solicitation of murder and third-degree use of a communications device for unlawful use. She is being held on $15,000 bond and has been ordered to stay away from her child. Family members told NBC6 that the child is safe and with relatives.

His motive for killing his son is not revealed.

In one such incident, A 17-year-old girl was arrested in Storm Lake, Iowa Last month, he allegedly tried to hire an online “hitman” to kill a 7-year-old boy.

‘Rent-a-Hitman’ is a parody site, which includes fake testimonials, a request form and even a job application for aspiring hitmen. According to the police, the founder of the website had created the online site to nab and nab would-be killer-for-hire. The owner of the parody website told People Over the past year, he regularly submitted suspicious requests to the local police.

“There is a lot of useful information that can be shared to let adults and children know that the Internet is definitely not a safe place. “There are bad guys out there,” said Bob Innes, owner of People,