On September 6th, 2022, an incident took place at 425 Whispering Avenue in Texas. According to our news partners at KWTX, Cynthia Ellen Ming, a 50 year old from Lacey Lakeview broke into her neighbor's home to attack Angie Melissa Moore for an incident that allegedly happened

The Affidavit's Details

In the document received by KTWX, Ming entered the home of the victim. Moore called 911 to report that Ming was attempting to enter Angie's home without permission. Moore also stated to the operator she was in the possession of a firearm, to fire in self defense if forced to.

After officers arrived at the residence of Moore, police found Ming fleeing from the home of Moore, without clothing on and blood covering her. Authorities were able to detain Ming after an attempted tasering.

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Officers also entered the home of Moore, where she found in a pool of blood. She was pronounced dead at the scene, after first responders attempted to save her life. Ming was transported to Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest for medical attention.

At The Hospital

While under treatment, according the affidavit, Ming told healthcare workers she "murdered" Moore. Ming also confirmed that Moore had a weapon. Ming also stated that she grabbed the gun from Moore, and shot her because Moore allegedly killed Ming's dog.

At the of writing, police have not confirmed or been able to give more information on Ming's accusation of Moore's alleged killing of her dog.

A GoFundMe has been started to care for Moore's 13 year old child, which you can find here.

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