Azsia Johnson was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend. According to the police, the ex-boyfriend of a 20-year-old woman whose life was taken while she was pushing her 3-month-old child in a stroller on the Upper East Side has been charged with her murder. The shooting that took her life occurred while the woman was in the midst of her daily routine on the Upper East Side. The paternity of the child has been established by the police as having been confirmed by the individual who was held.
A representative for the New York City Police Department has stated that Argro, a resident of Brooklyn, is the father of the child that is being pushed in the stroller. Argro was formerly Johnson’s boyfriend.
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At approximately 8:20 o’clock on Wednesday evening, Azsia Johnson, who was twenty years old, was the victim of a targeted homicide that the mayor of the city referred to as “terrible.”
Isaac Argro, a 22-year-old who was named a person of interest in the killing of Azsia Johnson shortly after she was slain on Wednesday night, was captured on Friday and hauled to Manhattan’s 19th Precinct, police said. Argro was named a person of interest in the killing of Azsia Johnson shortly after she was slain.
According to sources, Argro, who shares a kid with Johnson, declined to speak to detectives at the station house and asked for a lawyer instead. Argro and Johnson are parents to the same child.
It was not immediately clear whether or not Argro had access to legal representation; nevertheless, it was speculated that he might have one.
According to her relatives and sources within the police department, Johnson went to the authorities on New Year’s Day to report that her ex-boyfriend had assaulted her at his house in Jamaica, Queens, when she was carrying his child and while she was six months pregnant with his child.
According to the investigation conducted by the police, the assailant approached Johnson as she was pushing the stroller down East 95th Street, shot her once in the head from close range, and then fled the scene on foot. The assailant was dressed in a black hoodie and matching black leggings.