Fiancé begs the police to stop Angielly Dominguez before killing

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Angielly Dominguez’s fiance (top left couple) said he tried to prevent the murder of Omilly Dominguez (right).

The fiancé of a woman accused of killing her sister claims he informed authorities several times that his wife had run away with a stolen gun.

Tony Miranda tell the local TV station WJXT in Jacksonville, Fla., to which he contacted Florida and New Jersey authorities to report that his fiancée, Angelly Dominguez, took off after stealing a car and five guns. Now, he says, a life could have been saved if law enforcement had stopped Dominguez and arrested her for theft.

Instead, according to a criminal complaint filed in Bergen County, Dominguez went to New Jersey without being stopped. There, she allegedly shot and killed her sister after the two argued about money.

“[Officers] tell me because she’s my girlfriend – and because you’ve known each other for three years, and she’s pregnant with your child. . . Miranda said WJXT. “Because she can come back. And I was like – she was in South Carolina. ”

Miranda said he continued to monitor Dominguez as she traveled from Florida to New Jersey and eventually called authorities in Bayonne.

“I tried to stop it,” Miranda said in an interview with WJXT.

Dominguez, 27 years old, is now charged first degree murderpossessing a gun for an illegal purpose, and thwarting her own fear, according to New Jersey court records.

Her arrest comes hours after officers from the Small Ferry Police Department responded to reports of a stabbing following a possible domestic incident. Those officers came to find the 21-year-old man Omelly Dominguez “Died with a gunshot wound to the head.”

Angielly Dominguez fled the scene, based on Sheriff Little Ferry Jim Walters. But a short time later, she was arrested by the New Jersey State Police in Cherry Hill, nearly 100 miles from the crime scene.

Police later confirmed what Miranda had told various authorities in the 24 hours at the time. Angielly is said to have driven a stolen white Mustang and had five stolen guns in the trunk.

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A report from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (above) confirms that Miranda attempted to notify the police.

Dominguez drove from Jacksonville to her family’s home in Little Ferry overnight, a distance of just over 900 miles, authorities said.

It’s not clear what prompted the long trip, but the complaint says the suspect’s younger brother – a minor – returned home from school on Tuesday and heard the two sisters talking in another room. The brother later told investigators that the conversation between the two sisters became heated when the topic of conversation turned to money. According to the complaint, he then entered the living room and discovered his sister had been shot in the head.


Angielly is being held at the Bergen County Jail (inmate records above).

Angielly stared at him for a moment and then fled the scene, according to the lawsuit.

At least two surveillance cameras backed up that version of events, capturing Angielly with her weapon as she fled the house and took off in her stolen car, the lawsuit said.

Authorities said the brother immediately called 911, but by then, it was too late.

Angielly is being held at Bergen County Jail and will appear in court on Monday for a detention hearing.

She had no criminal record in the state before her recent charges but committed 40 traffic violations between 2014 and 2019, according to court records.

Angielly faces 30 years in prison if convicted of first-degree murder. Her fiancé is still silent.

“She’s afraid of spiders,” Miranda said as she talked to WJXT. “She saw a cockroach on the floor, and she was terrified. I can’t believe she can do it.”

According to Miranda, Dominguez, who does not yet have an attorney on the case, has also struggled with mental health issues.

Emotional Miranda said: ‘It’s appalling that she took her sister’s life with something that I feel could have really been prevented if they had stopped her when I called to say it was all over. All of these were stolen.” “And they found that she was mentally unstable.”

Read the court papers below:

[images via WJXT screengrabs]

Is there a trick we should know? [email protected] Fiancé begs the police to stop Angielly Dominguez before killing

James Brien

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