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When Was Amber Wright Released From Jail, And Why Was She In Jail?

In this article, we talk about how Amber Wright is the most dangerous 15-year-old ever. People want to know how she ended up in jail and when Amber Wright was let out. Let’s find out.

Who Is Amber Wright? Why She Go To Jail?

Amber Wright, who, in 2011, planned with a group of her friends to kill her ex-boyfriend Seath Jackson in Summerfield, Florida, She was only 15 years old at the time.

When they were 14, they started dating, but they broke up when they were both 15.

In April 2011, not long after they broke up, Amber convinced Seath to go to a mobile home by texting him that they could get back together.

On April 17, 2011, he went to Amber’s friend Charlie Ely’s trailer, who was 18 at the time.

But Seath didn’t know that Amber and Charlie were with a group of friends, including Amber’s new love interest. Michael Bargo, age 23, Amber’s stepbrother Kyle Hooper, age 17, and a friend named Justin Soto, age 20,

As Seath walked into the trailer, the boys jumped on him and hit him over the head with things made of wood.

Michael then shot him once, and when he tried to run, Michael shot him again.

Before Michael shot Seath for the third time, his body was thrown into a bathtub.

The teens then worked together to break Seath’s knees, stuff his body into a sleeping bag, and burn his remains in a fire pit.

Then, they put pieces of his bones in paint cans and threw them into a nearby quarry. After that, they tried to clean up the crime scene with bleach.

After a trial in 2011, Amber, Kyle, Justin, and Charlie were all found guilty of first-degree murder and given life sentences. Michael was sentenced to die.

But Amber’s conviction was overturned after she was sentenced because of a technicality.

During the second trial, her lawyer said that she did not know that the attack would kill Seath. But she was found guilty again, and the judge kept her sentence.

When Was Amber Wright Released From Jail

The police quickly caught all five of them and gave them different sentences for their parts. Both Amber and Kyle were found guilty of first-degree murder in June 2012. But Amber went back to court early in 2016 for a second trial, which also led to the same verdict.

Then she got a sentence of life in prison. Charlie and Justin also got life sentences, but Charlie’s conviction was overturned in 2020, which led to him pleading guilty to a lesser charge and being released in the future. Michael got the death penalty because he was the one in charge.

Amber is still locked up at Homestead Correctional Institution in Miami-Dade County, Florida, according to prison records.

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