Jabari Burrell has charged in New York with the triple murder of three female relatives

A Brooklyn man has been charged with the gruesome triple murder of three female relatives in Queens.

Jabari Burrell, 22, was arrested Friday on three counts of murder in the gruesome November 18 killings.

He is accused of fatally stabbing Hyacinth Brown-Johnson, 65, her 47-year-old daughter Latoya Gordon – the suspect’s aunt – and Brown-Johnson’s stepdaughter Patrice Johnson, police officers said.

The Queens man had been awaiting extradition to the Big Apple after being arrested in Virginia, police and law enforcement sources said.

Burrell previously waived his Miranda rights and gave police exact details of how he killed each of his victims, including 65-year-old Brown-Johnson – who died trying to protect her wheelchair-bound 26-year-old stepdaughter, they said Sources.

Shows the NYPD and NYPD Crime Scene Unit investigating the scene where three women were found stabbed to death at 146-39 182nd Street in Queens, NY.

Burrell was arrested Friday in connection with the November killings.


Shows the NYPD Crime Scene Unit investigating the scene where three women were found stabbed to death at 146-39 182nd Street in Queens, NY.

Burrell waived his Miranda rights and gave police full details of how he committed the murders.


Shows the NYPD investigation into the scene where three women were found stabbed to death at 146-39 182nd Street in Queens, NY.

Burrell allegedly stole his relative’s Toyota and drove it to Virginia.


NYPD determined

Burrell, who is from Queens, was caught in Virginia.


Burrell allegedly stole the elderly woman’s 2004 Toyota Sienna after the Springfield Garden murders and drove to Virginia, where he was caught two days later when the vehicle ran out of gas on I-95.

It was a family doctor who found the three women stabbed to death in their bedrooms of the 182nd Street home.

Sources previously told The Post the assassination plot was sparked when Burrell was smoking weed in the house, got into an argument – then snapped and hit on the women.

Hyacinth Johnson

Hyacinth Brown-Johnson was killed trying to protect her stepdaughter.


Hyacinth Johnson

Brown-Johnson’s body was found by a family doctor.


Hyacinth Johnson

Burrell allegedly went on the murder spree after an argument.


Jabari Burrell, 22, waived his Miranda rights and gave police full details of how he killed each of his victims, including a 65-year-old woman who died in vain trying to admit her wheelchair-bound 26-year-old stepdaughter protect, sources said.

Burrell went on the run for two days before running out of gas.


After the crime, an alert was issued for the suspect and Virginia State Police arrested him when his car stalled on the freeway and notified the NYPD.

The Queens Attorney’s Office did not immediately respond to messages.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/10/jabari-burrell-charged-in-nyc-triple-murder-of-three-female-relatives/ Jabari Burrell has charged in New York with the triple murder of three female relatives

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