‘Bonnie & Clyde’ teen couple joked about ‘murdering somebody’ in video after ‘stabbing dad to death’

A “BONNIE AND CLYDE” teen couple appeared to joke about “murdering someone” in a video after allegedly stabbing her dad to death.

Aaron Guerrero, 18, and Sierra Halseth, 16, were charged with the murder of 45-year-old Daniel Halseth.

Salt Lake County Police

Teen couple Aaron Guerrero and Sierra Halseth were charged with the murder of Daniel Halseth[/caption]


Sierra and Guerrero dated for seven months but the couple’s parents said they shouldn’t be together[/caption]

In a cell phone video presented to a jury in Nevada, the teens appear to joke about murdering someone, The Daily Beast reports.

Guerrero is heard saying: “Welcome back to our YouTube channel… Day 3 after murdering somebody.”

The couple appear to be sitting in a tent and Sierra replies: “Whoa, don’t put that on camera.”

Guerrero responds: “It was worth it.”

It’s reported that the video was never uploaded online.


Cops found Daniel Halseth’s body badly burned at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada[/caption]


Cell phone footage appears to show the pair joking about ‘murdering someone’[/caption]

Cops found Halseth’s body badly burned in the garage of his Las Vegas home on April 9.

Coroners ruled that the 45-year-old died from sharp injuries and ruled his death a homicide.

Cops found lighter fluid, a saw, pocket knives, and blades and said many of which had been cleaned to remove blood, according to the Review-Journal.

The living room and backyard of the property had also been badly burned, CBS8 reports.

The pair dated from June to December but their parents suggested they should not be together, according to a police report.

They had reportedly discussed running away and had fled to Salt Lake City, Utah.

They spent time living out of Halseth’s blue Nissan Altima before they were eventually caught by police.

Cops found a bloody rug in the teens’ trunk in Utah and were denied bail when they were extradited back to Nevada.

Halseth and Guerrero each face counts of conspiracy to commit murder, murder with a deadly weapon, first degree arson, fraudulent use of credit cards, conspiracy to commit murder and robbery with a deadly weapon.

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