Police Arrest 17-Year-Old Girl Who Lured Teen Into Woods Where She Was Beaten To Death With Baseball Bat By Ex

Police arrested a single person in connection to the murder of madison Sparrow, the Delaware teen who was allegedly murdered in cold blood by her ex-boyfriend. The News Journal reports that police have taken 17-year-old Annika Stalczynski into custody on Monday following an indictment by a grand jury in New Castle County. The jury indicted the teen on a single count of first-degree murder. Sparrow’s ex-boyfriend, Noah Sharp, age 19, was arrested and charged with the 17-year-old’s murder last month. On October 2, authorities say that both Sharp and Stalczynski conspired to lure Sparrow into the woods before Sharp allegedly beat her to death with a baseball bat and dumped the teen’s body a rural area of Newark, reports WPVI.

According to court documents, Sharp and Stalczynski planned to murder Sparrow together; however, police have not determined a motive for the killing.

Prosecutors alleged that Sparrow and Stalcyznski had known each other for quite some time.

At this time, Stalczynski remains in custody in a juvenile detention center on a $1 million cash bond.

Since his arrest in October, Sharp, who has been in jail, is also being held on a $1 million cash bond.

At this time, it’s not clear if a private or court-appointed attorney is representing either suspect.

Meanwhile, Jenning’s said via local media that she’s hoping the charges can bring at least a small measure of closure for the grieving Sparrow family.

You can watch a news report talking about the arrest of Noah Sharp below.

You can also watch an updated news report talking about the arrest of Annika Stalczynski below.