Girls do get into fights like boys and sometimes it can get ugly. But the case of this 15-year-old teenage girl at a grocery store is a bit disturbing, especially considering that it involved four other girls younger than her.

According to a statement from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office (CPSO), the incident involving all five girls happened at around 7:30 p.m. last Jan. 23 at a local grocery in Lake Charles, Laguna. A fight broke out between the 15-year-old girl and four others aged 12 to 14. As of this writing, it could not be established how the altercation started.

The only thing known right now is that the 15-year-old got stabbed and was transported to a local hospital where she died. It was not clear where she was stabbed and it has yet to be known what the cause of death was, ABC News reported.

"I'm asking you tonight for our parents to take control," Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Tony Mancuso said in a statement held Sunday. "This is not something we can police ourselves out of."

Mancuso added that this was the third homicide in six months that involved juveniles aged 11 to 16. He feels that there is a problem within the community and that they have to face and address this situation. But overall, it was about kids getting access to weapons.

The four attackers reportedly got knives from the local store. Further, authorities are left to rely on social media videos as evidence behind the crime.

“The whole murder was played out on [social media] so, again, there appeared to be no remorse. It was very cold to see 12, 13, 14 and 15-year-olds acting this way and we as a society can’t tolerate it. We cannot let this plague and take over our community,” Mancuso stated.

The girls accused of stabbing the 15-year-old teenage girl are all detained at the juvenile detention center. One was charged with second-degree murder while the other three were charged with principal to second-degree murder.

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