Two Teen Girls Accused Of Trying To Have Man Murdered For $2000

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Two Oakland County teenagers are facing life in prison after they allegedly offered undercover agents $2,000 to kill a Flint man.

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Eighteen-year-old Mia Rae Buscemi and 19-year-old Dallys Emery Vogel are due in court Thursday to face charges of solicitation to commit murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Authorities say the whole thing began back in October, when the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office received information that the Waterford Township teens were attempting find a hitman to kill a Flint man.

Undercover detectives made contact with the girls and set up a meeting on Nov. 4 at a location in Waterford Township. During the meeting, police say the girls specified that they wanted a man killed and even told the detectives how they wanted it done, before offering a payment of $2,000.

After the meeting, the teens were arrested and taken to the Oakland County Jail. Police have not yet indicated why the teens wanted the man killed.

Buscemi and Vogel were arraigned Nov. 6. Both are being held on  $100,000 cash surety, no 10 percent, bonds.

Ha ha Grim Reaper, this declared dead 91-year-old woman who was in cold storage at the morgue for 11 hours is not yours YET

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A 91-year-old woman who spent 11 hours in cold storage gave morgue staff the shock of their lives when she started moving in her body bag.

PAY-MorgueJanina Kolkiewicz was declared dead by a family doctor, and after her miracle recovery simply complained to her family of feeling cold.

Polish officials have since launched an investigation into how the pensioner could have been sent to the morgue alive.

After the astonishing recovery Ms Kolkiewicz returned home to warm up with a bowl of soup and two pancakes, Polish newspaper Dziennik Wschodni reports.

The pensioner’s family and doctor said they had been left in shock – with the doctor admitting he had never known anything like this before.

Her niece Bogumil Kołkiewicz had called the medic in the eastern Polish town of Ostrow Lubelski after coming home one morning to find that her aunt did not appear to be breathing or to have a pulse.

After an examination, the woman was declared dead and she was taken to the morgue.

He family even started making arrangements for a funeral in two days’ time.

“I was sure she was dead,” Dr Wieslawa Czyz told the television channel TVP.

“I’m stunned, I don’t understand what happened. Her heart had stopped beating, she was no longer breathing.”

Just a few hours later morgue staff called Ms Kołkiewicz to report the astonishing news that she was not dead.

Ms Kolkiewicz told her relatives she felt “normal, fine” after returning home, and she is apparently unaware of how near she came to the grave.