A 14-year-old girl named Kali Jade Bookey from New Richmond, Wisconsin, is being charged as an adult. Prosecutors charged the teen with attempted first-degree intentional homicide. The charge carries a potential 40-year sentence.
According to police, Kali attacked her victim – her brother's girlfriend – in the girl's bedroom. Authorities say that first, Kali attempted to suffocate the victim. Then, police allege, Kali smashed two bowls on the victim's head, and finally cut her throat with a shard from one of the bowls.
Later, Kali allegedly admitted that she hated the 15-year-old victim, because she made her brother happier than she was able to, and planned the attack a week and a half before.
On the day in question, Kali said she left her home at around 4 a.m. and rode 11 miles on her bike to her victim's trailer, stating that she wanted to scare her alleged victim so that her brother would "come back to the family."
The victim said Bookey asked her if she wanted to die or bleed out, with the 15-year-old opting for the latter, the complaint states.
Bookey described herself to the victim as a "crazy psychopath" looking for her first k!ll, then told her to "have a nice afterlife" and left the trailer.