Women From Waterford Accused of Trying to Hire Hitman -UPDATED

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(Oakland County Sheriff’s Department Press Release, Nov.12, 2014)

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office along with the assistance of the Waterford Township Police Department arrested two (2) female suspects in a murder for hire conspiracy.

In October 2014, detectives from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office received information that two women were attempting find a hitman to kill a resident of Flint, Michigan.

On November 4, 2014, detectives met with the suspects at a location in Waterford Township. During the meeting the women specified that they wanted a man killed as well as how they wanted it done and then CFSEM-123-OaklandCounty115-digital-ad_v2provided the investigators with payment of $2,000. After the meeting, the women were taken into custody and lodged at the Oakland County Jail.

The women were arraigned on November 6, 2014, before Judge Richard Kuhn at the 51st District Court in Waterford Township. Both subjects were charged with one count each of Solicitation to Commit Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Murder. Both crimes carry a punishment of life in prison.

Suspect 1: Dallys Emery Vogel 19 years of age resident of Waterford Township

Suspect 2: Mia Rae Buscemi 18 years of age resident of Waterford TownshipJim Shaffer KELLER ad black

Both Vogel and Buscemi were held on $100,000 cash surety, no 10% bond. Their next scheduled court date is November 13, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the 51st District Court in Waterford Township.

UPDATE:  The Oakland Press and WXYZ are reporting that the women’s motives likely had to do with revenge for a 2013 murder in Pontiac. Buscemi’s boyfriend and father of her child, who was 16 at the time, was shot to death at a party in Flint.  No charges were ever brought in that case.  For more see http://www.theoaklandpress.com/general-news/20141113/mother-of-teen-charged-in-murder-for-hire-scheme-says-daughter-not-a-monster.

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