New York woman reportedly killed by homeless man who stayed with her


The woman who was shot in a broad daylight attack in Queens was believed to have been killed by a homeless man who was staying in her apartment, officers said Tuesday.

Sydney Lugo, 24, had an argument with her temporary roommate, Tariak Stykes, 34, near 109th Avenue and 120th Street in South Ozone Park around 9.20am Monday when he allegedly shot her in the right-hand man, cops said.

She was rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center where she succumbed to her injuries, police said.

Sydney Lugo, 24, had allowed Tariak Stykes, 34, to temporarily stay with her, cops said.
Facebook / Sidney Lugo

Lugo, who lived in an apartment building near the scene, had allowed Stykes to temporarily stay with her, cops said.

The two were arguing when Stykes allegedly opened fire, but the exact nature of their feud is unclear, police said.

Styles was taken into custody shortly after the shooting and charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon, cops said.

New York Post

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