'Scared' pregnant woman found murdered after cops blow off frantic 911 call

Frederick Owens
December 29, 2017

Remember the Black American Man Barry Wells who went viral After he shared photos of his back tattooed with his wife's face on it to celebrate their 5th Anniversary, read that one here. The officers had been asked to check on the woman, but did not leave their cars to investigate the situation, allegedly resulting in the death.

The body of 22-year-old Tonie Wells was found at the base of a stairwell in her Crown Heights, Brooklyn apartment Wednesday. It's unclear what they were doing instead. "I'm still in shock", neighbor Michelle Ruiz told the New York Post.

The Brooklyn woman, Tonie Wells, called the police saying she was "scared" because her husband was "acting amusing".

Police say Wells was found with bruising on her neck and head and believe her death is related to a domestic incident involving her husband, Barry.

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"The entire incident, including any potential communication and response issues, are being reviewed by the department", a police spokesman said in a statement to the New York Daily News.

The cops - who were suspended without pay - are claiming that they thought they only had to check on the outside of the home, the sources said.

Neighbors told the newspaper they were shocked by the violent tragedy. "If they did, they would have seen her". She was nice. He was always pleasant. "I would never think in a million years something like this would happen". Her husband, Barry Wells, was arrested in the death, but larger questions remain: why did the cops not get out of the auto, and why are police not taking these calls seriously? He was questioned at the 77th Precinct station, and the case is being treated as a homicide.

Wells lived in the Brooklyn house where she was found dead, with her husband and young daughter, according to the New York Post.

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