Ocala, FL — A 13-year-old girl and her 15-year-old boyfriend are in police custody after allegedly ambushing the girl’s mother, slitting her throat, in the hopes of living happily ever after. How fucking cute.
According to police, Yaquelin Galvez-Don lured her mom into the garage early Sunday morning, where the boyfriend, Pedro Solis, informed the woman that he wanted to be with her daughter… cause he could, like, take care of her and stuff. He also told her that she should not have hit him with a stick previously. (Methinks she didn’t hit him hard enough. Or often enough. Or with a big enough stick). Solis then reportedly slashed the woman’s throat and ran inside, intent on doing the same to his beloved’s father.
With the knife to his throat, Galvez-Don’s father pleaded with Solis to seek medical assistance for his wife. No word on what was said between the two, but whatever it was, it worked — he was left uninjured and Solis loaded the woman up and dropped her off at an emergency room. En route, however, he made her promise that she would allow him to continue to see her daughter. Oh, and she had to promise not to sue him. It is unclear whether Galvez-Don was in the vehicle with them.
Not sure why, but nobody in the house called 911 at any point — not even dad.
When questioned, Solis told detectives he and Galvez-Don had been planning the attack for at least a week. They hashed out the details over the telephone and Facebook, and decided the garage would be an appropriate place for the woman to die. Galvez-Don, he said, made him remove his shoes when he came into the house because they made noise. She then helped him find a knife in the kitchen and found him a cozy little hiding spot in the garage.
Both have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder and one count each of attempted murder in the second degree. They were being held without bond at the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center.
No word on mom’s condition.
Awwww, to be young and in love.Tags: Attempted Murder, conspiracy to commit murder, Florida, Juvenile, Ocala, Pedro Solis, Yaquelin Galvez-Don