News reports say Jose Amaya Guardado was literally slaughtered with machetes before being forced into a shallow grave.
Four teens have been arrested.
All five werestudents at Three Homestead Job Corps.
Desiray Strickland, 18, “complained that she had missed the first series of machete strikes because she had walked away for a few minutes to urinate in the woods,” according to the arrest report.
Strickland and accused ringleader Kaheem Arbelo stayed in the woods to have sex before returning to the Job Corps campus, the report said.
Also arrested are Jonathan Lucas, 18; and Christian Colon, 19.
The crime occurred near Miami, Fla. June 28, 2015. It was reported August 19, 2015.
• According to the school's website, "At Homestead Job Corps, students receive the skills needed to succeed in today’s workforce - at no cost to them or their families!"
The school is part of the U.S Dept. of Labor.
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Three Homestead Job Corps students have confessed to a plot to lure a teen to the woods, where he was repeatedly hacked with a machete and forced into a shallow grave as he lay mortally wounded, police revealed on Wednesday.
The sickening details were included in an arrest report for a fourth student, Desiray Strickland, 18, who was detained on Wednesday and charged with her alleged role in the savage June murder of 17-year-old Jose Amaya Guardado.
The arrest report reads like a scene from the classic novel Lord of the Flies. During the carnage, Strickland “complained that she had missed the first series of machete strikes because she had walked away for a few minutes to urinate in the woods,” according to the arrest report.
After the group of students buried Jose and cleaned up the bloody scene, Strickland and accused ringleader Kaheem Arbelo stayed in the woods to have sex before returning to the Job Corps campus, the report said.
Miami-Dade police homicide detectives last week arrested Arbelo, 20, a suspected drug dealer at the school; Jonathan Lucas, 18; and Christian Colon, 19. A fifth suspect is expected to be arrested in the coming days.
Law enforcement sources have described the students as part of a group of bullies within the federally operated school. Investigators believe the killing may have stemmed from a debt that the victim owed to Arbelo.
The four are now being held in Miami-Dade jails to await trial on charges of second-degree murder. All of them are adults, meaning they could be eligible for indictment for first-degree murder and the death penalty.
All of the young people, including Guardado, were students at Homestead Job Corps, a live-in school and vocational training program run by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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