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Cocoa woman live streams own murder, says police; 2 women arrested

Cocoa murder victim recorded her death, police says

Cocoa woman live streams own murder.

As per the reports made by the authorities, the fight was over romantic relationships between four women. The victim was live streaming via web-based media, where it might have been seen by others.

Cocoa woman live streams own murder
The victim was filming on the phone as she was shot 9 times

 

Leniquea Byrd, 19, is suspected of pulling the trigger and shooting Nitekka Lennear nine times in the chest, arm, back, neck and side.

“Someone just got killed! Someone literally shot her like 20 (expletive) times and she’s laying down at the end of the stairs,” a caller told a 911 operator.

Aniyah Thomas, Byrd’s household accomplice, is blamed for uring Byrd to take shots at the victim’s apartment on North Fiske in Cocoa. A police report says the victim, Lennear, and one of the suspects, Thomas, had a previous romantic relationship.

The report says, “A very loud bang is heard and then multiple other loud bangs are heard. The video ends with Lennear falling to the ground and the screen going blank.”

Byrd and Thomas are charged with second-degree murder. They pleaded not guilty and were ordered by a judge to await trial without bail.

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Written by Charles Stillwater

Mr. Charles has worked with BBC for several years before joining as chief editor for Orlando Solution. He is a father of two beautiful daughters and currently living in the beautiful city of Orlando. He likes to play basketball in his free time.

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