An utility laborer found the assemblage of Janice Marie Zengotita-Torres Monday morning, a day after she was first detailed missing by her family, My News 13 revealed.
As per agents, Ishnar Marie Lopez-Ramos was hoping to kill a lady who was included with a man she additionally had sentimental affections for, as indicated by Fox 35.
She made a decision to hire Alexis Ramos-Rivera and his girlfriend, Glorianmarie Quinones Montes, to kill the woman, but they mistook Zengotita-Torres for their target and abducted her instead.
The target worked at the same store as Zengotita-Torres, and she reportedly bore a close resemblance to her.
"I get enthusiastic in light of the fact that it just touches me so profoundly that one of our nationals was murdered in such a way finished mixed up character", Osceola County Sheriff Russ Gibson said.
The suspects abducted Zengotita-Torres after following her home, but, according to Gibson, even after the pair realized they had mistaken her for the intended target, they stole her ATM card and killed her anyway.
"All three confirmed that this was a murder-for-hire and that the victim was mistakenly - again, mistakenly - targeted and murdered as being the person they thought was the intended victim", Gibson said.More news: Katie Couric shares her thoughts on Matt Lauer's firing
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The brutal murder of Zengotita-Torres - a 42-year-old mother and wife from Kissimmee, Fla. - was the result of a love triangle gone awry, according to officials.
Ramos-Rivera, Montes and Lopez-Ramos have all been charged with first-degree murder.
Authorities found Janice Zengotita-Torres' body Tuesday in Volusia County.
Ramos was arrested Thursday night while using Zengotita-Torres' card to withdraw cash from an ATM in the area, according to authorities.
As she was being led from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office to a cruiser that would take her to jail, Quinones-Montes cried and denied she was involved.
Ramos beat the woman until she passed out, Gibson said, and she eventually died of suffocation from the garbage bags.
The three suspects, all of whom moved to Florida from Puerto Rico on December 26, told authorities it was a botched murder-for-hire plot in which Zengotita-Torres was mistakenly targeted. Gibson said she was wearing Zengotita-Torres' clothing when she was arrested.