Two girls in custody now accused of plotting to kill friend

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WAUKESHA, WI (WITI) — Police say two 12-year-old girls are being held on charges of attempted first-degree intentional homicide โ€” for their alleged role in the stabbing of another 12-year-old girl. The victim remains in stable condition with multiple stab wounds.

Officials say the two suspects had an interest in a website which is a collection of small stories about death and horror. FOX 6 reports that both suspects were friends with the victim. Based on the police investigation, it is believed that the two girls had planned to kill the victim for several months prior to this incident.

On Saturday morning, May 31st, police say the suspects lured the victim into a wooded area near Rivera Drive and Big Bend Road where one suspect held the victim down while the other stabbed her 19 times. There were stab wounds to her arm, legs and torso.

Officials say the victim was able to crawl out of the woods and make it to the road where she was later discovered by a bicyclist. She was rushed into surgery for her injuries.

The suspects were located on foot several hours later by a Waukesha County Sheriff’s Deputy where both suspects were taken into custody without incident. The knife believed to be used in the stabbing has been recovered. The Waukesha Police Department does not suspect any others to be involved in this crime.

The two suspects are expected to make a court appearance Monday at 1:30 p.m. The names of the girls will not be released at this time.

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  • mike

    Kt, yes they are a lot worse. There was a time when people respected the police. Now people kill the police and anyone else that gets in their way.this story is way too sad hopefully the victim will trust again.

  • Penny

    So sad for victim and I pray for her psychologically from this trauma .. But I must say this is real police work! Unlike Pravin case! They had search teams all departments and held people accountable!! Great job to this police investigation / department .. Justice! People should take notes!!

  • Linda

    Where is this little girl, would LOVE to send her something to cheer her up..Poor thing ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Robert

    Every time I hear Big Bend Road it makes me think of Big Bend Blvd right here in Saint Louis.

  • Jana

    These girls are not her friends because friends don’t do this to you. They were old enough to one what they were doing try them as adults. Where were the parents when the girls did this. How were they able to do it? Didnt the patents watch their kids or have some idea where they were what thy were doing? How can u be 12 and your parents not know what’s going on in your life? Did they sneak out? This is sickening

  • Teri

    I think the parents should have to do some jail time or something to punish them as well, I mean seriously, how out of tune with your kids do you have to be, before something’s done?

  • Groovy Chick

    What a terrible thing. After knowing she was going to live and recover, I had the thought wondering how this little girl will ever be able to trust again, and be able to have friends again. As cruel as children are today to each other, it may not be possible. I feel so bad for her. Be praying.

  • Pathetic Parenting

    I’m guessing these girls never had the proper punishment at home, like spanking and discipline. You can’t speak and reason with children like liberals want us to do. You need to spank them and discipline them so they know the meaning of respect. This by no means is abusing them, it just shows them how it feels to be spanked on the behind and that it hurts, just like this poor girl hurt when getting stabbed. Children nowadays aren’t getting the right discipline at home and the results are numerous stories like this all over this nation. Sad

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