In what many are calling one of the WORST mass killings of 2021, MTO News confirmed that an Indianapolis man has been arrested and charged with killing four people, including his baby mama's 7 year old daughter, over a dispute involving the federal stimulus check!
Jeanettrius Moore worked hard at a beauty supply shop to support herself and two little girls and when she received her latest $1,400 stimulus check - issued to help Americans recover from the COVID-19 pandemic - it was desperately needed..
But Jeanettrius' baby father, Malik Halfacre, thought he should get half. Police say that Malik murdered Jeanettrius, the 7 year old sister of the child they share, along with Jeanettrius' mother, and one of her brothers.
“He wanted some of Jeanettrius’ tax money, stimulus money,” said Wendy Johnson, a cousin who heard Jeanettrius’ account of what led up to a quadruple murder in Indianapolis on Saturday night. “She had just got her money, and he wanted half of her money.
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“She said, ‘No, you don’t deserve any of this. I work. I take care of our child. You don’t do anything.’
“He said, ‘I really want half.’
“She said, ‘I’ll give you 450. Take it or leave it.’
“He said, ‘I’m gonna get that money.’
“This was the day before.”
Police say Malik came back with a gun and shot everyone in sight. “He shot Daquan first. He shot Anthony. He turned around, and he shot my Auntie Tomeeka. My Auntie Tomeeka said, ‘Malik!’ and he shot her again. He came back and shot Daquan for the second time and somewhere between little Baby Eve got hit somewhere and she was screaming, she was screaming.”
Malik had just been released from prison, for a violent felony conviction after admitting to shooting a man five times.
“I didn’t even know that that was my people on the ground suffering because they let a monster out of prison,” a family member said to the local press.
The dead have been identified as Jeanettrius’ 7-year-old Eve Moore, her brother, 23-year-old Daquan Moore, her mother, 44-year-old Tomeeka Brown, and her cousin, 35-year-old Anthony Johnson. Jeanettrius was also hit, but she didn't die - at least not yet. She's currently in critical condition.