Woman Killed on Guliford Street in Detroit

DETROIT, MI – Yet another young mother has been taken from her friends and loved ones at the hands of violence.Monya Nyree

Monya Nyree is being remembered this morning on social media.  One person posted ‘Fly High Ny ??? Monya Nyree this shit fucked up I knew you my whole life, can’t believe they did you like tht? left Tht baby behind ? WHAT TF IS GOING ON IN THIS CITY BRO!!!!!!????

The shooting took place in the 5900 block of Guliford Street which is near Chandler Park Dr and Cadiuex on the east side of the city.

The triple shooting took place about 11:25 p.m. on Monday May 13th, 2019.  The victims are a 24-year-old woman, a 23-year-old man, and a 24-year-old man, who were sitting in a newer model Chrysler 300 when someone approached the vehicle and started firing shots.

The woman died in the emergency room, while the men were both listed in serious condition.

It is unknown at this time if the murder on Van Dyke is connected to the one on Monday evening.

On Mothers Day, Nyree Henderson also known as Monya posted the following “A Mother’s Day I had without tears in my eyes for my mom , I’m at peace and content and ik she’s watching us and I thank God for the strength to make it threw this day ?? Happy Mother’s Day Mommy I love u’.

In August of 2018 Nyree Henderson and her baby were kidnapped at gunpoint after her ex-boyfriend dragged her down a flight of stairs and assaulted her multiple times. She was sleeping in her upstairs bedroom with her one-year-old in the same room when her ex-boyfriend broke into the home through her kitchen window.

Early Mothers Day morning, in the first incident, a 24-year-old woman was gunned down in the 3400 block of Van Dyke near Mack also on the east side of the city.

Destiny#Forever24, was fatally shot when she exited her car.  The gunshots were fired from someone inside of a black Chrysler 300 as it drove by.  Detroit Police are saying she was ambushed.

An investigation into both homicides is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit Police Department’s 7th precinct at (313)-596-5700 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SpeakUp.

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