Authorities arrested Lopez-Ramos on Friday after she was caught on surveillance camera allegedly wearing Zengotita-Torres's clothing while trying to use the victim's ATM card.
The sheriff's office says the "murder-for-hire" became a case of "mistaken identity" and that the victim was not the intended target. That woman, who was never harmed, and Zengotita-Torres, who was married and the mother of a 14-year-old boy, were co-workers.
A Florida woman found dead in favor of the street was erroneously focused in a murder-for-enlist plot started by an adoration triangle, police said.
The incident took place in Florida where a couple tied and duct-taped a woman and killed her even after realizing that they had abducted the wrong woman, the New York Post reported. They allegedly dumped her body in Ormond Beach early Monday morning, according to the sheriff's office.More news: Pablo Fornals Scores Late as Villarreal Beats Real Madrid 1-0
Osceola County Sheriff Russ Gibson amid a news meeting Friday told correspondents the suspects purposefully focused on the 42-year-old Kissimmee inhabitant due to an instance of mixed up character.
Deputies say Ishnar Lopez Ramos paid Gloriamarie Quinnones Montes and Alex Ramos Rivera to help her kill a woman who was supposedly involved with the same man as she was.
Lopez-Ramos then hired Alexis Ramos-Rivera and Glorianmarie Quinones Montes to carry out the murder, the station reported. "I get emotional, because it touches me so deeply that one of our citizens was killed in such a manner over a mistake in identification, and in the end, it appears to be a lover's triangle".
Reports state that the suspects spotted Zengotita-Torres late Sunday night as she was leaving a store in Osceola County where she worked. They followed her to a parking lot near her home where they allegedly abducted her, forcing her into their auto before speeding away.More news: Golden State edges past Raptors 127-125, DeRozan scores 42
Sheriff Russell Gibson says all three of the suspects confessed and that their arrests may not have happened without some close work that was done with the victim's family.
Ramos beat the woman until she passed out, Gibson said, and she eventually died of suffocation from the garbage bags.
Lopez Ramos is facing a first-degree murder charge. She led investigators to the other two suspects in the case.More news: Trump's disparaging remarks bring some Miami Haitians to tears