Claudia Hidic was shot and killed in June. But police say she was committing a robbery at the time. A Texas teen who was shot to death last month was a victim of her own crime: a robbery gone wrong. Claudia Hidic, 17, was shot dead near the back door of a man's home in Fort Worth on June 28, KCEN-TV reported. Her death was ruled a homicide. It was later found that she and two alleged accomplices -- Curtis Fortenberry and Terrance Crumley, both 21 -- were trying to rob a home with at least five occupants, the New York Daily News reported. Gunfire erupted, and Hidic, the suspected mastermind of the plot, was killed. She was found face-down with a gunshot wound to the head.