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Woman found murdered inside family home

In domestic law on September 28, 2011 at 1:10 pm

“There was nothing that I noticed that would lead me to believe there was forced entry. I saw no broken windows nothing that as involving any doors being pried open, kicked open, forced open, something of that nature,” said Guest.

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RANKIN COUNTY, MS (WLBT) –

A woman was found murdered inside her Rankin county home Tuesday, launching an investigation joined by state and county authorities.

Law enforcement is tight lipped about the details but does confirm they are in the middle of a homicide investigation.

Rankin County authorities

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RANKIN COUNTY, MS (WLBT) –

A woman was found murdered inside her Rankin county home Tuesday, launching an investigation joined by state and county authorities.


Law enforcement is tight lipped about the details but does confirm they are in the middle of a homicide investigation.


Rankin County authorities, the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations and the Mississippi Crime Lab spent most of the day combing for evidence in a homicide investigation at 1436 Star Road.

Sheriff Ronnie Pennington would not release the identity of the deceased white female found around noon inside the gray mobile home.

But investigators did indicate her body was discovered near the doorway.

“Her father called or a family member called 911 to report that his daughter was injured. There’s no suspect in custody, but we’re following up several leads. Again every investigator we have in the sheriff’s office is out working on this case right now,” said Rankin County Undersheriff Bryan Bailey.

WLBT has been told that the victim is 36 year old Leslie Olivia Sheppard Doame.

Her father, Johnny Sheppard, reportedly found her body inside his home suffering from a gunshot wound.

Authorities would not confirm any of this information.

Sheppard’s Facebook page stated that she worked at AAA Cooper Transportation in Richland as an operations clerk.

We are told she worked nights and slept during the day and could have been the victim of a robbery.

Rankin County District Attorney Michael Guest said he was called to the crime scene by the sheriff. 

“There was nothing that I noticed that would lead me to believe there was forced entry. I saw no broken windows nothing that as involving any doors being pried open, kicked open, forced open, something of that nature,” said Guest.

According to the Facebook page, Sheppard moved back home 10 years ago, had been married twice and had no children.

“I saw a lot of cars here about noon time today,” said neighbor Frank Scott.

The 90 year old lives about a half mile away but did not know Sheppard or her family.

He stopped to find out why so many law enforcement vehicles were parked at the home.

“It’s a very safe area, and I’ve never heard of any robberies or anything of that nature here,” said Scott.

Family and friends gathered at the home throughout the day consoling one another but made no comment about the murder investigation.

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Mississippi Crime Lab spent most

the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations and the Mississippi Crime Lab spent most of the day combing for evidence in a homicide investigation at 1436 Star Road.

Sheriff Ronnie Pennington would not release the identity of the deceased white female found around noon inside the gray mobile home.

But investigators did indicate her body was discovered near the doorway.

“Her father called or a family member called 911 to report that his daughter was injured. There’s no suspect in custody, but we’re following up several leads. Again every investigator we have in the sheriff’s office is out working on this case right now,” said Rankin County Undersheriff Bryan Bailey.

WLBT has been told that the victim is 36 year old Leslie Olivia Sheppard Doame.

Her father, Johnny Sheppard, reportedly found her body inside his home suffering from a gunshot wound.

Authorities would not confirm any of this information.

Sheppard’s Facebook page stated that she worked at AAA Cooper Transportation in Richland as an operations clerk.

We are told she worked nights and slept during the day and could have been the victim of a robbery.

Rankin County District Attorney Michael Guest said he was called to the crime scene by the sheriff. 

ccording to the Facebook page, Sheppard moved back home 10 years ago, had been married twice and had no children.

“I saw a lot of cars here about noon time today,” said neighbor Frank Scott.

The 90 year old lives about a half mile away but did not know Sheppard or her family.

He stopped to find out why so many law enforcement vehicles were parked at the home.

“It’s a very safe area, and I’ve never heard of any robberies or anything of that nature here,” said Scott.

Family and friends gathered at the home throughout the day consoling one another but made no comment about the murder investigation.

Read more at www.wlbt.com

 

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Another “Perfect Family” Slaughtered by Father

In domestic law on September 26, 2011 at 4:54 pm

Rocky Nelson, a friend, said the Teagarden father was “a nice guy. He didn’t party. He worked. He was really into his family, so it was a big shock to me when I heard about this.”
Nelson added, “To me, they was like the perfect little family.”

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ORGAN TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A husband, wife and two children that a friend described as “the perfect little family” were found shot to death at their rural home in Morgan Township, Greene County.

A news conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. Stay with WTAE.com for updates.

State police at the Waynesburg station said troopers were sent to the Teagarden residence on Chartiers Road just after 10 p.m. Sunday to check on the welfare of the family.

Police say upon arrival, they discovered the husband, wife and two children all dead.

It was not immediately known what caused police to check on the family.

Police said their investigation is being handled as a murder/suicide and autopsies were scheduled for later in the day.

Rocky Nelson, a friend, said the Teagarden father was “a nice guy. He didn’t party. He worked. He was really into his family, so it was a big shock to me when I heard about this.”

Nelson added, “To me, they was like the perfect little family.”

“He never mentioned any problems of any kind,” said neighbor Don Bates, who, like Nelson, said the Teagardens seemed to be “a very happy family.”

The devastating news spread quickly to Jefferson-Morgan Elementary School, where Superintendent Donna Furnier was moved to tears upon learning that a third-grade student was one of the victims.

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FATHER Steven Lynn Nicholson Convicted of Killing His Two Children

In domestic law on September 26, 2011 at 4:26 pm

The Father, now uses a website with the dead children on it to raise money for his appeal.

Steven Lynn Nicholson was convicted of killing his two children, Ella Stafford, 15 months, and Johnathon Sanderlin, 13 months, family members thought they would finally have closure.

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Nicholson, 28, was sentenced to life without parole and given an additional 40 years for other charges relating to the Oct. 19, 2010, deaths of the children at his apartment.

Nicholson filed an appeal last month, and members of his family have begun attempting to raise money for his defense attorney and other legal fees.

Ella Stafford’s side of the family doesn’t believe they are doing it fairly.

“He’s a convicted murderer,” said Windy Moritz, Ella’s maternal grandmother. “Now his family is using pictures of my granddaughter on a website to raise money to get him out of jail.

“I’m looking into ways to have that website taken down. It’s exploiting my granddaughter.”

The website is www.justiceforsteven.com.

The family also says Nicholson wasn’t the stressed-out father that he was portrayed to be during his trial.

“He didn’t have (full) custody of Ella,” Moritz said. “She lived full time with me until July, and then only sometimes stayed with him after that.”

She said that in addition to her help, Ella’s mother and two aunts also took turns caring for her. Continued…

Read more at www.thenewsherald.com

 

Murdered Woman’s Husband Introduced Her To His Mistress

In domestic law on August 23, 2011 at 1:20 pm
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he story of the Pakistani woman allegedly killed by her husband and his mistress gets more depressing with news that the victim’s family and her husband’s family are fighting over custody of their young children. Nazish Noorani’s grieving sister, Lubna Choudhry, told reporters, “I should raise them because of [their] father killing my sister.” But murder suspect Kashif Parvaiz’s sister said of Noorani’s family, “They are all taking welfare. How will they take care of these kids? My father owns buildings and has income, and we will take care of them.”

Noorani was fatally gunned down last Tuesday in Boonton, NJ while she, Parvaiz and their three-year-old son Shayaan were walking from her sister’s home to her parents’ home. Parvaiz was hit multiple times, while Shayaan was unharmed (though reportedly “splattered in blood”); five-year-old Riyaan was at Noorani’s parents’ home. Prosecutors say that Parvaiz had initially told police a group of men called them “terrorists” and used racial epithets but eventually admitted he plotted to kill his wife with another woman. Parvaiz was allegedly upset at Noorani for speaking negatively about his family.

Parvaiz’s family has been watching the two boys. His mother took issue with Choudhry starting a website to raise money for the children, “She set up the Web site to support her own children,” and sister Zarren Hassan said to the Daily News, “We’re taking care of them because we love them. They’ve always been attached to my mother.” And Riyaan said, “I want to stay here.”

In news related to her sister’s death and the apparent murder plot hatched by Parvaiz and mistress Antoinette Stephen, Choudry says that Parvaiz had been introducing Stephen as his “fiancee.” When Noorani confronted him, the Star-Ledger reports, “Kashif Parvaiz had a ready excuse, the [Noorani’s] said: He told his wife he was just pretending Stephen was his fiancée to get a family discount at Best Buy, where the 26-year-old woman worked.”

Parvaiz claimed to have attended NYU, and Noorani’s family shared the photograph the ID he showed them (it was fake). Parvaiz also said he went to Columbia for graduate school and was attending another graduate program at Harvard. Neither school has records of him, but Parvaiz’s sister said they are sure he was at Harvard.

Read more at gothamist.com

 

FATHER Shoots 3 Year old Daughter-Over Custody Issues

In domestic law on August 11, 2011 at 1:05 pm

Ally was just weeks away from her 4th birthday when her father apparently shot and killed her in the master bedroom of his home at 1260 Red Mountain Drive. David Heydenburg then turned the gun on himself, according to police reports. He left behind a note indicating he was angry over custody issues.

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LONGMONT — Ally Heydenburg smiles brightly from family photographs and wears her princess garb with poise and pride.

In one photo, a family dog is also crowned royalty.

Aubri Heydenburg wrote on her Facebook account. The account is private, but a family friend shared the statement with the Times-Call with permission. “I am devastated and cannot find words to express how I feel. I know you are in heaven … forever a princess.”

Aubri Heydenburg also asked for prayers that Ally “does not feel the pain of how she was taken and that she will be at peace.”

Funeral arrangements are pending at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel. Services for the child will be private.

A memorial fund has been established to assist the family with Ally’s funeral costs. Donations may be made to the Ally Heydenburg Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo Bank branch.

Pierrette J. Shields can be reached at 303-684-5273 or pshields@times-call.com.

Police officers called to the home on Sunday afternoon to check on the welfare of the father and daughter discovered the bodies and the note, leaving surviving family in a tailspin.

“Ally was not just part of me, but she was all of me,”

Read more at www.timescall.com

 

Mom describes daughter’s last days

In domestic law on August 10, 2011 at 12:59 pm

The Torrance woman said in an interview that she had accepted his story that her 27-year-old daughter disappeared in the middle of the night, abandoning her family, never to be seen or heard from again.
[Mothers DO NOT just disappear in the middle of the night-of their own accord]

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TN14-ARREST.4.13.11— Michael Clark, 57, is taken into custody outside his Huntington Beach condominium Wednesday morning by Torrance police detectives for the murder of his wife Carol Lubahn who disappeared in 1981. Daily Breeze Photo: Robert Casillas

Melba Meyer believed her son-in-law for 30 years.

The Torrance woman said in an interview that she had accepted his story that her 27-year-old daughter disappeared in the middle of the night, abandoning her family, never to be seen or heard from again.

Meyer never suspected that Michael Clark, a 57-year-old man she first knew as a high school boy, had committed any wrongdoing.

But Friday, the 84-year-old woman arrived in a Torrance courtroom as the first prosecution witness to testify against Clark, a former Torrance man charged in April with killing her daughter, Carol Lubahn, who was listed as missing in 1981.

“I still had hopes she was alive,” Meyer said shortly before Clark was escorted into the courtroom in handcuffs. He acknowledged her with a smile and a wink.

Deputy District Attorney John Lewin, who specializes in prosecuting cold cases, asked Meyer to testify early in the proceedings because of her age. The testimony was videotaped to preserve it for the preliminary hearing and possible trial in the coming year.

Meyer doesn’t know what happened to her daughter; rather, her testimony recounted the last few days before she went missing.

Prosecutors and police have not released any evidence publicly about what prompted them to file murder charges against Clark 30 years later, other than to say his story that she left him in the middle of the night while he was sleeping has varied over time.

Meyer testified that her daughter was a devoted mother of two who attended her son’s baseball games and who regularly talked with her parents and sisters.

“Do you believe your daughter would have abandoned her children?” Lewin asked her.

“No way,” Meyer responded. “She would take the children with her.”

Michael Clark – who changed his last name from Lubahn to Clark after his wife vanished – met Lubahn while they were students at North High School in the early 1970s.

Carol Lubahn became pregnant with their son when she was 17. Michael Jr. was born in 1971. The couple married in 1972 and by the mid-1970s purchased a home on Cranbrook Avenue.

Meyer’s husband, Milton, hired Clark to work with him in his painting business.

“He was like our son,” she said.

Meyer described her daughter as bubbly, energetic and wanting more than a life as the wife of a painter. She took classes at El Camino College and decided she liked architecture.

At home, she handled the money.

“She kind of ran things, I think,” her mother said.

In the days before she vanished, Lubahn showed no signs that she was about to leave, the mother said.

She attended lunch with family members. Family, including her daughter and son-in-law, had dinner the night before she disappeared.

When the couple left, Lubahn told her husband to sit in the back seat, possibly because they had an argument, she said.

Meyer said she thought nothing of it.

“I just said, `Are you going to let her do that to you?”‘ she recalled.

Meyer said she last spoke to her daughter on the phone on March 30, 1981. She remembered it well. That was the day that a gunman shot President Ronald Reagan.

“She was so upset that anybody would shoot our president,” she told Clark’s attorney, Kevin Donahue.

The next day, Clark went to work and told his father-in-law that his wife had taken off during the night. They had argued about selling the house the night before.

Meyer said she figured that her daughter needed some space and would return before long.

The young couple, she said, had split a couple of times before.

Family members, including Clark, went driving around the South Bay, looking for her car. Meyer discovered it a few days later parked near the Red Onion restaurant on Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach.

Lubahn sometimes went dancing at the now-defunct restaurant, but she was nowhere to be found.

As time passed, Meyer became more concerned. Some time later, Clark told her that someone had entered his house, gone through the mail, and removed money and pictures of their children. He believed the intruder was his wife.

By the end of 1981, however, Clark had a new girlfriend that he would eventually marry and raise children.

Lubahn is still missing.

“Do you want to believe your daughter is dead?” Lewin asked Meyer. “No,” she said.

“Is it hard to believe your son-in-law is responsible?” Lewin asked. “Yes,” she said.

In fact, she said during testimony, the family remained intact as the years progressed. Clark attended family events and inherited her husband’s business when he retired.

“He was always fun,” Meyer said. “Kind of a laid-back person.”

See more at www.dailybreeze.com

 

Custody Battle at Time of Shooting – Jackson family copes as murder suspects await trial

In domestic law on August 10, 2011 at 12:37 pm

Another Good Daddy who had the right to fight for custody to control his wife-
and to kill……

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Occasionally, Kai Dunya will pick up one of his toys.

“My dad got me this,” he’ll say. Or, “My mom bought me this.”

That’s about the most the 7-year-old boy will say about his parents these days, according to his grandfather, Gene Peterman.

Kai hasn’t seen either of them in nearly a month and has been staying with his grandparents in Jackson for the past few weeks.

He’ll never see his mother again. She’s in a family plot at Lorimier Cemetery in Cape Girardeau. His father, Keayn Dunya, sits in a jail in a Seattle suburb 1,800 miles away, awaiting trial for putting her there.

“Most of the time he’s pretty good,” Peterman said Tuesday of his grandson. “He has his problems adjusting. But I think he’s getting along.”

Since the death of their daughter, the Peterman family is trying to stay focused on Kai, who starts second grade next week in the Jackson School District. They’re fixing up his room. They take him to counseling once a week. They’re scheduling dental and doctor checkups. They hope to adopt the little boy at some point.

And when murder the trial begins, Peterman said they don’t intend to go. He doesn’t see the point.

“A person is either guilty or innocent,” said Peterman, a longtime Cape Girardeau schoolteacher. “That’s up to a jury to say and I’ve never been one for having family sit in the courtroom trying to make a point.”

Keayn Dunya, and his girlfriend, Kara Buchanan, pleaded not guilty July 22 in a Whatcom County, Wash., courtroom in the July 3 shooting of Dunya’s estranged wife, Kriston Peterman-Dunya, formerly of Cape Girardeau. Prosecutors and defense lawyers say a trial for both defendants has been set for Sept. 12, but they don’t anticipate that it will happen then. Much of the forensic evidence is still being analyzed, said Dunya’s defense lawyer Thomas Fryer of Bellingham, Wash. At this point, he said, he’s not sure exactly when the trial will take place.

Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney David McEachran said, however, that he’s ready to make his case that Dunya — who also used to live in Cape Girardeau with Kriston — was the trigger man in Kriston’s death. Dunya and Buchanan have both been charged with first-degree murder and are being held on $1 million bond.

“I certainly believe the proper charges have been filed,” McEachran said. “It was done with premeditation, there was an intent to kill and someone was killed. I believe in these charges.”

After missing a day of work, Peterman-Dunya, 32, was found dead in her Bellingham apartment after a concerned co-worker went to check on her July 5. In a voice mail to police after the body was found, Buchanan made a frantic call to police saying that she killed Peterman-Dunya and that by the time they located Buchanan she would be dead. Police found her on a beach, with slit wrists, though the wounds were not critical.

But surveillance video taken from Peterman-Dunya’s Bellingham, Wash., apartment shows a man Keayn Dunya’s size and race exiting a Toyota Avalon just before 5 a.m. July 3. The security tapes show a man wearing a coat and carrying a long-barreled shotgun in his right hand.

A shotgun and ammunition were found in Buchanan’s home.

Prosecutors have suggested for a motive that Dunya and Peterman-Dunya had been separated and were about to go through a custody battle for Kai at the time of the shooting.

The trial lingers in the distance for Peterman’s family. They’re trying not to dwell on the trial, though Gene Peterman said the evidence certainly suggests to him that Dunya killed his daughter.

“The truth of the matter is what did he do to his son?” Peterman said. “Most every day I think about something my daughter said or did. That’s the way it’s going to be when you lose a child. It’s a hole in your heart that never heals.”

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Jackson, MO

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Family Court — Unconstitutional Judicial Gag Orders

In domestic law on August 3, 2011 at 1:49 pm

These orders are illegal under the First Amendment as violations of the constitutional prohibition against prior restraint

Amplify’d from justice.posterous.com

These orders are illegal under the First Amendment as violations of the constitutional prohibition against prior restraint. Now one mother, Faith Torres, has contacted the American Civil Liberties Union because of a gag order entered in her case by Judge Debra DeSegna in Providence, Rhode Island, July 29, at the request of the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families. Steven Brown, executive director of the ACLU’s Rhode Island affiliate, called the order a “blatant violation of the First Amendment.” Let’s see some federal lawsuits. http://newsblog.projo.com/2010/08/judge-bars-ri-mother-from-talk.html

Over the past decade, family court judges routinely have uttered broader and broader gag orders, forbidding parents in custody battles from talking or writing about their cases. The pretext for these orders is that they are needed for the protection of the child.  Nevertheless, it’s suspected that more often they are prompted by embarrassed officials who dislike scrutiny and criticism by internet bloggers in the wake of burgeoning out-of-control shoot-from-the-hip “therapeutic jurisprudence” in the family courts. The stated child protection rationale is specious because defamation, obscenity, violations of privacy, harassment, and other unprotected speech appropriately are addressed by the law after the fact when actual or potentially harmful speech can be specifically identified.

Read more at justice.posterous.com

 

Parrish vs. Price: Crisis in America’s Family Courts

In domestic law on July 31, 2011 at 3:43 pm

How could a parent who has a history of documented physical or sexual abuse to a child possibly gain custody?
Easy; it’s profitable for (GAL’s Psychs, FOC’s) to legally ‘traffic’ children via family court.

Still, no word from my daughter in Russia.  She has supposedly been there since Friday, but I have not heard a word from her.  You would think that the Guardian Ad Litem that Judge Brodie appointed would let me know my daughter was safe, but nothing from her regarding my 12-year old’s safety.

With the Casey Anthony verdict coming down last week, it makes one start to wonder about our family courts in Florida?  Is it just Florida, or across the Nation?  Today, I received a note from Linda Marie Sacks, a mother in Ormond Beach, Florida, whom you may have read about in one of my earlier Blogs.  Well, guess what?  The psychologist in her case, Dr. Deborah Day, actually provided false and misleading information to the Courts.  In her testimony, Dr. Day stated, “It is this examiner’s opinion that child abuse has not been perpetuated in this case.”  In fact, Dr. Day “dismissed all evidence of child abuse, and then thwarted the investigation by the police department and the Department of Children and Family.”  In other words, Dr. Day violated, Linda Marie’s constitutional rights to present evidence in hopes of protecting her children.  By coincidence, Dr. Day was also working on the Casey Anthony case.  Isn’t it strange that in both cases, the children were the ones who “lost,” while the ones who have the most money to pay the psychologists for their “favorable” testimony end up “winning?”

I am afraid that my case will be following these same avenues.  My former husband’s counsel selected psychologist, Dr. Debra Carter, to conduct a custody evaluation to the tune of over $30,000 which he apparently is more than happy to pay.  When I had concerns, I was branded as uncooperative.  When I called to cancel an appointment because my 12-year old was nauseous and could not travel over two hours to the psychologist’s office, I was again told I was uncooperative, and opposing counsel asked I be held in contempt of court, which Judge Brodie granted. 

So, I was a “bad parent” because I took my child to her regular doctor when she was ill, and did not attend Dr. Carter’s appointment and subject the child to a psychiatric testing when she couldn’t even eat or stand up?   On top of this, Dr. Carter made a report to Department of Children and Family after interviewing my 17-year old with unfounded allegations.  Apparently, Dr. Carter only wanted to talk about my daughter’s step-father, and didn’t say anything about her father and the documented abuse.  Rather, Dr. Carter wanted to shift the “blame” to my current husband rather than focusing on the pending child abuse charges of Mr. Parrish.  Shouldn’t there be regulations regarding how these “professionals” are allowed to interview our children? It is disgrace, and what is this teaching our children?  Do our children grow up thinking that “abuse” is somehow justified and acceptable?  These “professionals” who are supposed to be protecting our children are masking over the abuse, and rather sending the message that it is fine, shifting the blame, and they should be accepting and not question.  What type of relationships will these children believe is normal?  Something must change.

Read more at www.juliepricechildrencrisiscourts.org

 

KANSAS CITY, MO – FATHER faces murder charges for slaying of mother, daughter

In domestic law on July 29, 2011 at 12:56 pm
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KANSAS CITY, MO

Family and friends are mourning the loss of a mother and daughter found dead in their home Thursday morning.

The family has confirmed for KCTV5 that Jackie Riley, 55, and her daughter Naushay Riley, 36, are the names of the two women found dead. Naushay Riley’s ex boyfriend killed her in front of her two young sons, according to police and family members.

Rufus Young, 3519 Norton Ave., was charged Thursday with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of first-degree child endangerment, according to online court records.

Young was not in custody as of Thursday afternoon.

According to court documents, Young is considered a “danger to the community,” and the judge in the case will not set bond once he is in custody.

Melvin Roberson, the ex-husband of Jackie and Naushay’s father, acknowledged there were problems between his daughter and the suspect. He said Young called his sister to tell her that he killed the women.

“He said, ‘Go over there and get your family. I just killed them and I’m going to kill you next.’ It still hasn’t set in. It’s still a dream,” said Roberson.

According to police, Naushay Riley’s 9- and 2-year-old sons are safe with other family members.

Police say they received the call to come to the residence about 1:45 a.m. Thursday.

In the meantime, the family is pleading for Young to turn himself in.

Naushay was employed at the Kansas City Health Department as a social worker. In 2009, she was promoted to the role of public health specialist and worked with the Children with Special Healthcare Needs program.

She was working toward her master’s degree.

The health department says she was a valued and loved colleague and friend whose life was tragically taken.

“Nashua was dedicated to making Kansas City a better place to live,” Rex Archer, director of the Health Department, said in a news release. “It is a great family loss, a great loss to our public health family and the community. We offer our sincerest condolences to the family. Our hearts and thoughts are with the children Naushay leaves behind.”

Family members say Young terrorized Naushay Riley after the two broke up.

“It’s been a back and forth with this guy,” said her uncle, Robert Hauer.

Roberson said on Wednesday night that he had asked his sister to call police when Young pulled a knife on his daughter. Hours later, the two women were dead.

“I know these domestic things can turn into more than it should be, which happened tonight,” he said.

Read more at www.kctv5.com

 

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