Brooklyn Williams was a North Carolina woman who was killed by a stalker on September 1, 2020 in a murder-suicide, as said by the police.
Date of birth
She was 23 years old, however her date of birth is not yet known.
Date of death
She was killed on September 1, 2020.
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The shooting incident
Dispatched officers found the body of Williams and the body of 27-year-old Andre Cousiamono, the statement added. The pair had died from gunshot wounds to the head, police added in the release.
Although authorities are still in the early stages of their investigation, police say they believe Cousiamono killed Williams and then killed himself, according to the release.
Neighbors told investigators that they heard gunshots in the area between 9 and 9:30 in the morning, police said in the release.
Cousiamono’s body was found with a handgun on the porch and another loaded magazine for the gun in his pants pocket, officials added.
“(We are) very confident that Andre knew exactly what he was going to do,” Lt. Matt Truit told WXII 12 News. “The gun was right beside him and he had a full magazine that was inside the gun. There were two bullets missing from the gun and then in one of his pockets there was actually another full magazine with him.”
The 27-year-old’s car was also parked nearby the house, with another holster for the gun and binoculars inside, police said in the release.
Cousiamono and Williams were described by police as former friends and coworkers — but they were never involved in a romantic way, the department’s press release indicated.
Nonetheless, the 27-year-old’s Facebook claims that he was in a relationship with Williams.
Cousiamono had been arrested on August 21 of this year on outstanding warrants for charges of Felony Stalking and Cyberstalking, the department continued in its release.
The charges stemmed from incidents earlier this year in January in which Williams was the victim, the High Point Police Department said. He also had pending charges of Misdemeanor Stalking, Communicating Threats, and Harassing Phone Calls charges where involving Williams.
Cousiamono had been out on a $15,000 bond, the release noted.
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