Two crime reports in just one month confirm pro-life advocates’ fears that more women will be forced to abort their unborn babies as a result of the Biden administration’s relaxation of abortion pill regulations.

The latest report comes from Florida where authorities arrested a 21-year-old woman who allegedly bought abortion pills in an attempt to force another woman to abort her unborn baby. Fortunately, she did not succeed.

News 10 Tampa Bay reports Haley Raborn, 21, of Hernando County, Florida, is charged with soliciting/attempted murder of an unborn child by injury to the mother.

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said the victim contacted the sheriff April 12 when she was 11 weeks pregnant, and said she believed Raborn was trying to kill her unborn baby, according to the sheriff’s office.

The victim said her former fiance, the father of her unborn baby, received messages from Raborn asking for help to kill the victim’s unborn baby and offering a pair of Air pods in exchange for the deed, according to the sheriff’s office….

In Texas, police also arrested a Laredo mother after she was accused of trying to force her pregnant daughter to take abortion pills to kill her unborn grandchild.

The Laredo Morning Times reports more:

[The] 16-year-old female stated that she informed her mother on March 30 that she was pregnant. Police identified the mother as [Juana Idalia Sanchez, 49].

Her mother got upset and asked her to have an abortion. She stated that her mother chased her around the home causing her to fall on her stomach, states an arrest affidavit.

Sanchez pinned her to the floor to try to force her daughter to ingest pills that would induce an abortion. Sanchez managed to shove the pills in her mouth, but the daughter spit them out, authorities said….

From LifeNews.