Young Ohio Mom and Fashion Model Is Killed in Car While Talking to Friend in Alleged Robbery

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An Ohio-based model and young mom who was set to travel to London for her next modeling job was shot and killed last week when she was allegedly held up at gunpoint in her car, say police.

On the night of Oct. 1, Shalaymiah Moore, 34, of East Cleveland, had gone out to dinner with a friend, her parents told local station 19 NEWS.

In the early hours of Friday morning, Moore was dropping her friend off at Lake Shore Blvd. in Euclid, when two men came up to her car window and pulled out a gun, her parents said.

Instinctively, “She turned and they shot her in the back and it went through her heart,” her mother, Rochelle Moore, told 19 NEWS.

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SAN FRANCISCO — In April, the Northern California U.S. Attorney’s office announced it had charged two women with robbery charges that carry a maximum 20-year sentence because they allegedly yelled “we have COVID” and coughed on a Walgreens manager who interrupted their shoplifting.

Both the special agent in charge of the San Francisco division of the FBI and the Bay Area’s top federal prosecutor took the rare move of issuing public statements on the case, the former calling it an intolerable act and the latter saying in a written statement that, “everyone suffers from a crime like this.”

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