The suspects abducted Zengotita-Torres after following her home, but, according to Gibson, even after the pair realized they had mistaken her for the intended target, they stole her ATM card and killed her anyway.
"Every one of the three affirmed this was a murder for enlist and that the casualty was erroneously focused on and killed", the Sheriff said.
Zengotita-Torres was an innocent victim of a truly heinous murder, according to Osceola County Sheriff Russell Gibson.
Osceola County Sheriff Russ Gibson told local media on Friday night that Ishnar Marie Lopez-Ramos was distraught that the man she loved had been seeing another woman, so she hired a couple to track the woman down and kill her, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
"However, the suspects continued with their plan of murder and tied the victim with zip ties and then (covered) her head in duct tape and garbage bags", Gibson said.
An utility laborer found the assemblage of Janice Marie Zengotita-Torres Monday morning, a day after she was first detailed missing by her family, My News 13 revealed. She had been beaten and suffocated.
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The suspects followed the wrong woman out of the dark store and to her apartment where they "forcibly put the victim into the back of her own vehicle, and then drove away", Gibson said. They followed Janice Zengotita-Torres home and forced her into the back of her vehicle.
"The suspects showed no regard for this victim, causing her to die from suffocation because the garbage bags were wrapped around her head", Gibson said.
A Florida woman found dead in favor of the street was erroneously focused in a murder-for-enlist plot started by an adoration triangle, police said.
The sheriff's office reportedly said the "murder-for-hire" case became a case of "mistaken identity", according to WESH. He said she moved to Osceola County from Puerto Rico a year ago and lived with her husband, her 14-year-old son and her mother. "This mother, this wife, this daughter - for no reason, at all", Gibson said.
Lopez Ramos is facing a first-degree murder charge.
The woman who was the original target of the plot was told about the scheme, but has turned down an offer of protective services.