Two young mothers sentenced in murder for hire plot

Two women were sentenced in a murder for hire plot in Waterford on Friday. 

A judge sentenced 19-year-old Dallys Vogel to six years and nine months to 30 years in prison.

Her accomplice, 18-year-old Mia Buscemi, was sentenced to six years and nine months to 25 years in prison.

An Oakland County Sheriff's Deputy went undercover last November and met with Vogel and Buscemi, who offered him $2,000 to kill a man in Flint.

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard says one of his deputies went undercover and met with 18-year-old Mia Rae Buscemi and 19-year-old Dallys Emery Vogel, both of Waterford.  

FOX 2's Ron Savage did a report in November detailing the case.

"Our undercover officer went there and said, 'What are you looking for?'" said Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard last November. "They had a conversation. They had a negotiation, actually, they wanted to keep the price down. In the end, they settled for $2,000 to commit this homicide," says Bouchard.

Both had been originally charged with one count each of Solicitation to Commit Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Murder. 

Both also have babies around 1 year of age.

In November 2013, Mia Buscemi was pregnant when the baby's father, 16-year-old Wesley Gilmore, was shot and killed in Flint.

A check of social media reveals Buscemi responded to a web report of Gilmore's murder indicating she believed she knew who killed her baby's father.

Oakland County detectives won't say who the intended target was in this attempt at murder for hire, but they do say Buscemi and Vogel wanted the Flint man killed. 

"They were apparently under the belief the individual they were targeting had something to do with the homicide of the individual who was the one girl's boyfriend," Bouchard said at the time.
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