Blog Page "Reality Wives reported a story yesterday about a brave woman, Angela Brower who documented her domestic violence situation on Facebook. A comment on the article, from a reader on their Facebook page, caught some attention:
My best friend was just murdered yesterday from her “fiancé” who was out on bond for beating her ass. He killed her and tossed her in the backseat of her car and set her on fire. Why, because she didn’t leave when she should have and now she’s gone forever. If someone can beat your ass to this extent, they are not too far away from loosing it completely. I hope you leave because if not, posting pictures on Facebook is all in vain – Nicole H
here’s a portion of Nicole's tragic story: 39-year-old Felicia Minor from Spring, Texas, was murdered by her fiancé, 41-year-old Derrick Worrell. Derrick has hit her before and was arrested for assault in February 2014, Ms Minor claimed he grabbed her by the neck and punched her during a dispute.
of Ms Minor are anxiously wait to hear from the Harris homicide investigators and the . Firefighters found a charred body inside Ms Minor’s white Altima. It was later determined she had been strangled. The body is presumed to be Ms Minor as she cannot be located. The last time she was seen was last Thursday by her sister.
Suspected Murderer, Derrick Calvin Worrell... Police arrested Derrick on Monday in connection with a robbery outside an L.A Fitness in Northwest Houston, that took place near the homicide scene. He was then accused of attempting to carjack another man in the same parking lot.
Witnesses positively identified Worrell as the suspect fleeing the scene of fire before the robbery happened and he was also charged with murder Wednesday.
The autopsy is expected to take 24-48 because the body was so badly burned.
To the family, children, grandchildren, friends and loved ones of Ms Minor, we pray for you.
The first time he grabs you up, pushes you, hits, smacks and or punches you, at the earliest moment possible GET OUT and RUN! It will NOT get better!
It’s estimated that 1 in every 4 women will experience some form of domestic violence in their lifetime. Even though an estimated 1.3 million women are victims of domestic violence each year, most cases go unreported to – . While 85% of domestic violence victims are women, it’s important for all people to know how to help someone in an abusive relationship or situation find help.Support Store