Parolee who served 27 years for murder busted in NYC woman’s slaying

A felon who was launched from jail final yr after doing 27 years for homicide was busted in a brand new killing Thursday in Staten Island, cops mentioned.

Shaeem Chavis, 45, was arrested at his parole rep’s workplace and charged with taking pictures Nadine Russel, 61, to demise at her dwelling on Park Hill Avenue on Wednesday, in accordance with police.

Chavis — who was on lifetime parole after doing almost three many years for a 1993 slaying — allegedly shot Russel within the head and in addition shot a 43-year-old man she was associates with within the shoulder at her residence round 6 a.m., police mentioned.

She was declared lifeless on the scene. The person, whose identification wasn’t launched, was taken to Richmond College Medical Middle in steady situation.

Chavis was charged with homicide, assault one, legal possession of a loaded firearm, legal possession of a weapon and legal use of a firearm, police mentioned.

Park Hill Avenue building where woman was shot dead.
The Park Hill Avenue constructing in Staten Island the place Shaeem Chavis, 45, allegedly killed 61-year-old Nadine Russel.
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NYPD vehicles at scene of Staten Island slaying
A person additionally shot in the course of the crime was in steady situation.

He was launched from jail in March 2021 for killing an individual throughout a theft on Nov. 13, 1993, officers mentioned. 

Police consider the brand new killing was narcotics associated due to statements from the surviving sufferer about drug exercise on the location, officers mentioned.

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