Florida Inmate Allegedly Hired Other Inmates to Kill Family and State Attorney

Osceola County Department of Corrections

A Florida female inmate is accused of trying to hire other inmates to take out her family and an assistant district attorney, authorities said.

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Tureygua Inaru, 29, is currently being held at the Osceola County Department of Corrections near Orlando. She faces charges that include three counts of solicitation to commit murder and cyberstalking.

Inaru took it upon herself to allegedly threaten family members, then was said to have sought help from other inmates in finding someone to kill off her parents and grandparents — something that she said would result in her getting a $2 million inheritance, per WKMG.

She allegedly offered $50,000 per family member for anyone who was able to carry out her murder-for-hire scheme, WKMG added.

Tureygua Inaru

Deputies at the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office became privy to the alleged plot in December, acquiring additional evidence that suggested Inaru used social media to “stalk” the assistant state attorney, who just happened to be prosecuting her cases.

According to the warrant, Inaru said if she couldn’t find anyone to carry out her plot then she would “gladly do it” herself.

She had previously faced charges for two counts of written threats to kill and another count of aggravated stalking.

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