Florida Teen, 14, Arrested After School Staff Discover “Kill List” of Fellow Students She Wants to Target

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Authorities claimed a 14-year-old Florida teen was detained last week after school staff discovered a “kill list” on the teen’s phone.

Last Tuesday, faculty members at West Gate K-8 School in Port St. Lucie informed authorities about the disturbing list. 

Authorities discover teen living in deplorable condition

According to the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, the student was charged with eight felony charges of written threats to murder.

Deputies uncovered cocaine and drug paraphernalia reportedly belonging to the teen’s mother, Brooke Lynne Hinkle, 40, while searching the student’s house for firearms.

Hinkle was arrested and charged with drug possession as well as child negligence. The teen was brought to the Juvenile Justice Department. The mother was arrested and put into the St. Lucie County Jail on a bail of $6,250, the NY Post reported.

Another teen in Florida was arrested on a separate charge

Meanwhile, Berkeley County Sheriff Duane Lewis reports that a South Carolina teen accused of murdering two other teens was apprehended at a Florida resort. According to Lewis, the 17-year-old from Ladson is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of possessing a weapon during a violent crime.

The teenager will face adult charges. Two shooting victims were rushed to a Summerville emergency room on March 2, according to Lewis.

One of the victims died in the emergency department, while another was transported to a different hospital and died the next morning. Malaki Mazyck, 15, of Summerville, and Kenyon Johnson, 18, of Goose Creek, were the victims, according to the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office.

The suspect was apprehended by US authorities. On March 11, the Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force of the US Marshals Service was activated, according to Lewis. He was in his hotel room at the Port Orlando Resort. He is awaiting a hearing in Florida for extradition, as per WYFF4.

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