An 18-year-old Florida woman has been arrested and charged after she hired a hit man to kill her three-year-old son. According to CBS newsthe woman was released from prison.
Information about the case involving the woman
According to PEOPLE18-year-old Jazmin Paez was booked into the Miami-Dade County Jail on Wednesday.
CBS news Paez is reportedly charged with attempted murder. In addition, he was charged with “unlawful use of a communication device.”
However, the site adds that he was also arrested in the hands of the police, said to have $15,000, as explained. PEOPLE.
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According to CBS newsPaez used a fake recruitment website, RentaHitman.com, planning to kill her three-year-old son. An 18-year-old woman is said to have given her son’s address, as well as his photo, to use as a plot to kill him.
In addition, Paez reportedly requested that the execution of his youngest son be carried out in time.
This came to the authorities through the owner of this website, Robert Innes. Innes explained that he created the site to “catch and stop those who want to hire a killer,” as he put it. CBS news.
In addition, he said that Paez’s request showed that he wanted to “do something once” because he wanted his son to be “far, far away.”
According to PEOPLE, Innes shared with the site that he receives “thousands of inquiries” every day. However, the accuracy of the information that Paez gave about the whereabouts of his young son confirmed that the matter was serious.
“Being able to look up names and addresses and verify the intent of a particular address. To me that’s a red flag. If the information is confirmed, to me that’s something that needs to be looked at and that’s why I sent it.”
A young Florida woman was arrested Tuesday after she tried to use a scam service to hire a hit man to kill her son.
Jazmin Paez, 18, allegedly asked a killer through a fake website to get rid of her 3-year-old son on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/8hZhs31emB
— Paul Kang (@LPaulKang) July 20, 2023
From there, the Miami-Dade Police Department became involved in the investigation. Authorities traced the IP address of the computer used to create the website and confirmed it belonged to Paez.
He then posed as a hired man and “had a conversation” with Paez, during which he repeated that he wanted his son killed.
Also, the 18-year-old woman agreed to pay $3,000 to make the case happen.
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After Paez’s arrest, investigators reportedly confirmed that her son was “safe” with other family members, she said. New York Post.
It is unclear how many years Paez served in prison for the crime.