A 17-year-old Queens girl was fatally stabbed by a 14-year-old girl who thought she was pregnant by her boyfriend. The slain victim, Talasia Cuffie, was stabbed after her ex-boyfriend and the 14-year-old girlfriend thought she was pregnant by him but she wasn’t. According to The New York Daily News, 20-year-old Tyler Caldwell lured Cuffie to a location where the couple waited for her and stabbed Cuffie.
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Cuffie admitted to the police that he was summoned by the murderous couple to help them with their plot to kill her.
“I don’t know if I should stab her or have my boyfriend shoot her,” the 14-year-old allegedly told Caldwell.
After being lured to a dark street on the Southside of Jamaica, Queens, Cuffie was stabbed twice. She later died at Jamaica Hospital.
According the court documents, the 14-year-old told Caldwell “That b—h is dead. I poked her twice” after committing the murder.
Caldwell was later charged with criminal facilitation and conspiracy last week and is being held on $100,000 bail. The police are still searching for Cuffie’s killers.
Her loved ones started a GoFundMe to collect donations for her funeral.
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