DALLAS, April 7 (UPI) -- The FBI has added a woman accused of planning the killing of a Dallas dentist who was dating the suspect's ex-boyfriend to the infamous 10 Most Wanted list.
Brenda Delgado, 33, who was a dental hygiene student, fled to Mexico after allegedly hiring two men to kill her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend, dentist Kendra Hatcher. She was allegedly fueled by jealously. Delgado's accomplices waited for Hatcher, 35, at a Dallas parking lot and shot her dead in September.
Delgado was later indicted on capital murder charges, but the FBI believes she fled to Mexico.
"Although she didn't pull the trigger herself, she is still responsible for the murder," FBI Dallas' Thomas Class Sr. told CNN.
Delgado allegedly offered her accomplices money and a steady drug supply from her Mexican cartel sources to carry out the killing. The FBI is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to her arrest.
"She was just waiting for the right opportunity, and the right people to carry it out," the FBI said.
Delgado is the ninth woman featured on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List since it was created in 1950.
The first woman on the list was Ruth Eisemann-Schier, who in 1968 helped kidnap a millionaire's 20-year-old daughter. Eisemann-Schier, along with Gary Steven Krist, kidnapped Barbara Jane Macklie and buried her alive under 2 feet of wet clay in Georgia and held her ransom for $500,000.
The woman was unearthed alive three days later, and Krist served 10 years of a life sentence. Eisemann-Schier was arrested a few months later and served four years in prison before being deported to Honduras.