New details have emerged on the deadly delivery in the Colonnade at Glen Oaks last year.
A new interview with the man accused of killing 75-year-old Evelyn Udell has surfaced.
The 21-year-old went into Udell's home last August to deliver a washer and dryer from Best Buy. But instead, police say he ended up killing her by beating her and setting her on fire.
The Sun Sentinel reports Lachazo first denied anything happened, then admitted he did something wrong before saying "at 21 years old, I threw my life away."
A black vape pen and glass pipe were also reportedly found in the delivery truck.
Lachazo has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.
Prosecutor says if convicted, they will seek the death penalty.