In a suspected murderous plot, a 12-year-old girl murders her father and then guns herself.

In a suspected murderous plot, a 12-year-old girl murders her father and then guns herself.
As part of a "murder plot" she reportedly devised with another little girl to kill their families, a 12-year-old Texas girl is accused of shooting her father before turning the gun on herself.

The shooting took place last Tuesday, September 20, at about 11:30 p.m. at a residence in Weatherford, in northwest Parker County, the sheriff's office reported in a news release.

The 12-year-old girl was discovered lying in the street with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the head and a handgun underneath her when sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene, according to the sheriff's office.

Authorities reported that the father of the girl, 38, was found inside the residence of the family with an abdomen gunshot wound.

The air ambulance was used to transport both victims to nearby hospitals. On September 26, the morning, there was no information about their health.

The adolescent is thought to have shot her father, fled the scene, and then shot herself, according to sheriff's investigators, the sheriff's office stated in the release.

Authorities think the young girl and a companion premeditated the shootings as part of a scheme to kill their families.

The Parker County Sheriff's Office claimed in a statement that the young suspect "had plotted for several weeks to murder her family and pets and had been in contact with another juvenile female from Lufkin, TX, discussing the murder plot."

The other young girl had intended to kill her father too, but she abandoned her plans.

As part of the murder scheme, the female who really attempted to carry it out was meant to drive and pick up the second girl. The sheriff's office claimed that the females intended to flee together to Georgia.

The second young girl, who chose not to carry out the plan, has since been accused of criminal conspiracy in connection with the organizing of the murderous scheme.

The inquiry, according to Parker County Sheriff Russ Authier, is still going on.

According to Sheriff Authier, "details provided regarding this case will be limited due to the injuries, the youngsters' ages, and the sensitive subject matter."

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