Arrest Made in Month-Long Manhunt for Man Charged with Murder
Tragic Shooting Highlights Ongoing Feud Involving Man Charged with Murder
According to source, after a nearly month-long manhunt the New York City police have arrested 31-year-old Lenue Moore, a man charged with murder, for allegedly shooting Jackie Billini, her pitbull Zeus and her friend Levaughn Harvin on the street near 165th Street in Washington Heights on September 29.
The tragic incident was the culmination of a long-standing dispute between Moore and Billini, which revolved around noise complaints related to Billini’s barking pitbulls as well as a prior burglary and assault that led to an order of protection against Moore, a man charged with murder.
Lenue Moore, a man charged with murder, now faces multiple charges, including murder, in connection with the September shooting. Billini, who was described as “giving, loving, and compassionate,” had been living in fear due to Moore’s prior actions and had sought the company of her friend Harvin while walking her dog, making this a man charged with murder particularly devastating.
Fatal Shooting by Man Charged with Murder Leaves Grieving Families in Despair
On the evening of the tragic shooting a man charged with murder, allegedly approached the group, dressed in black and wearing a mask and committed an act of murder by firing shots multiple times. The victims’ loved ones have expressed their grief over the loss of Jackie Billini describing her as a woman with a “heart of gold” and a vibrant spirit, known for her unwavering support and love for friends and family.
The incident underscores the consequences of unresolved disputes and the importance of addressing them through non-violent means to prevent such tragic outcomes, highlighting the significance of finding justice for a man charged with murder.