Initial Suspect Indicted In New York Kid’s Cold Murder Case: Evidence Discovered In Crime 3000 Miles Away On Caribbean Island Helped Link Killer

Most people living in the New York area and surrounding communities back in 2006 probably remember the abominable killing of an honors student in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. The little girl’s body was discarded on a street corner inside a garbage bag in front of 212 Kingston Avenue over ten years ago. In what cops are calling one of the city’s most famous cold murder cases, is now turning out to be just one aspect of several crimes that is apparently connected to other murders by a single alleged serial killer. Investigators say that Veron Primus has always been the primary suspect in the disappearance and subsequent murder of Chanel Petro-Nixon, but they just couldn’t prove it.

That all changed this past June when evidence surfaced over 3000 miles away in the Caribbean Island of St. Vincent, linking Primus to the Petro-Nixon youth’s murder. Primus had been deported back to his native land after having served time in a New York prison for violating a restraining order for an ex-girlfriend in an unrelated case.  Officials on the island haven’t disclosed the nature of evidence they say links Primus to Chanel, but details have emerged revealing that he showed another woman an article about Chanel’s murder case, prior to him holding her captive in a wooden enclosure.

Mewanah Hadaway who is 24, told authorities tht Primus held her captive against her will in a house in Vermont from January 1, 2015 until April 15. Hadaway was able to get a note out soliciting help, which led to the authorities being alerted of her alleged abduction by Primus. While authorities were investigating the Hadaway icident, evidence surfaced that lined Primus to the killing of another woman. He was later charged with killing 33-year-old real estate agent Sharleen Greaves, who was found dead on November 13, 2015 in her Bijou real estate office, with multiple stab wounds about her body.

While details of Primus’ arrest and murder charge, along with Hadaway’s alleged abduction began to surface, officials in New York  looked at the St. Vincent cases and noted the very eerie similarities in the Petro-Nixon case, and the alleged abduction of Hadaway on the island in St. Vincent.  Cops who investigated Chanel’s killing had always theorized that the pretty honors kid might have been held captive for several days before she was strangled to death and discarded out on a street corner inside a garbage bag.

Disturbingly, in the years after Chanel’s murder, Primus was charged with sexually assaulting two other woman in separate cases, but was acquitted in court of both crimes. A third woman also claimed that he tried to abduct her as well, which resulted in her having obtained a restraining order against him. He violated the order which subsequently resulted in his conviction that sent him to an upstate New York prison prior to his deportation back to his birth place of St. Vincent. Once on the island he rekindle a friendship with Hadaway and they  began dating. Yet, Hadaway had no idea that she would later transform from Primus’ girlfriend into his captive. Hadaway alleges that in disputes with Primus during the course of their relationship, he threatened her with knives on four separate occasions, so she broke off the relationship with him.

Hadaway says that she remembers Primus telling her that he had killed a girl in the United States, and remembered him showing her news article clippings about Chanel’s murder case back in New York.  Then on New Years Eve she says Primus lured her to his home under the pretext that she had personal belongs at his home that he wanted her to retrieve. Hadaway says that’s when he abducted her and locked her inside the wooden enclosure for several months. She says that she tried to escape on one occasion, and Primus caught her and punished her. Hadaway says he dug a grave and threatened to kill her and bury her in it if she attempted to escape again.

She says that while she was being held captive Primus used her cellphone to send text to her family, telling them that she was traveling in Antigua, all in an attempt to through them off regarding her having been held against her will. She says Primus would never leave her alone in the room out of fear that she would crawl out of the window and attempt to escape again, so when ever he cooked he would bring her out into the kitchen. Hadaway says one day when Primus went outside to wash out a pot, she seige the opportunity to plant a note inside an insulin box inside the refrigerator. The note read “I’m here all the time, get help.”

Primus’ great aunt who he lives with is diabetic and has a caretaker who comes to the home everyday to care for her. The caretaker found the note and called for help, but when the police arrived Primus threatened Hadaway and told her to give the police a different name and she complied out of fear. However, the caretaker told the police the truth, about who she really was. Finally, Primus was arrested for kidnapping and Hadaway was set free after hree and a half months being held captive by this monster. During the investigation and search of Primus’ home, that’s where authorities say evidence was discovered linking him to both, Chanel Petro-Nixon’s killing, and the murder of Sharleen Greaves.

Though it may have taken over a decade, there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel of justice for one of New York’s brightest hopes, as authorities zero in on the initial suspect in the killing of Chanel Petro-Nixon. Its just disturbing how he was able to lie with a straight face without withering, and declaring to police that Chanel had stood him up for a date back in 2006. Now it appears that he was just simply a cold dark heart bastard who snuffed out the life of such a beautiful and promising kid without provoction. I pray that justice prevails and just like he did to this innocent child, that his life also becomes snuffed out and develops into just a memory. A “cold case” no more, just rest now baby girl, rest!

 

The People’s Champion

I’m Crime Blogger David Adams

 

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Most people living in the New York area and surrounding communities back in 2006 probably remember the abominable killing of an honors student in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. The little girl’s body was discarded on a street corner inside a garbage bag in front of 212 Kingston Avenue over ten years ago. In what cops are calling one of the city’s most famous cold murder cases, is now turning out to be just one aspect of several crimes that is apparently connected to other murders by a single alleged serial killer. Investigators say that Veron Primus has always been the primary suspect in the disappearance and subsequent murder of Chanel Petro-Nixon, but they just couldn’t prove it.

That all changed this past June when evidence surfaced over 3000 miles away in the Caribbean Island of St. Vincent, linking Primus to the Petro-Nixon youth’s murder. Primus had been deported back to his native land after having served time in a New York prison for violating a restraining order for an ex-girlfriend in an unrelated case.  Officials on the island haven’t disclosed the nature of evidence they say links Primus to Chanel, but details have emerged revealing that he showed another woman an article about Chanel’s murder case, prior to him holding her captive in a wooden enclosure.

Mewanah Hadaway who is 24, told authorities tht Primus held her captive against her will in a house in Vermont from January 1, 2015 until April 15. Hadaway was able to get a note out soliciting help, which led to the authorities being alerted of her alleged abduction by Primus. While authorities were investigating the Hadaway icident, evidence surfaced that lined Primus to the killing of another woman. He was later charged with killing 33-year-old real estate agent Sharleen Greaves, who was found dead on November 13, 2015 in her Bijou real estate office, with multiple stab wounds about her body.

While details of Primus’ arrest and murder charge, along with Hadaway’s alleged abduction began to surface, officials in New York  looked at the St. Vincent cases and noted the very eerie similarities in the Petro-Nixon case, and the alleged abduction of Hadaway on the island in St. Vincent.  Cops who investigated Chanel’s killing had always theorized that the pretty honors kid might have been held captive for several days before she was strangled to death and discarded out on a street corner inside a garbage bag.

Disturbingly, in the years after Chanel’s murder, Primus was charged with sexually assaulting two other woman in separate cases, but was acquitted in court of both crimes. A third woman also claimed that he tried to abduct her as well, which resulted in her having obtained a restraining order against him. He violated the order which subsequently resulted in his conviction that sent him to an upstate New York prison prior to his deportation back to his birth place of St. Vincent. Once on the island he rekindle a friendship with Hadaway and they  began dating. Yet, Hadaway had no idea that she would later transform from Primus’ girlfriend into his captive. Hadaway alleges that in disputes with Primus during the course of their relationship, he threatened her with knives on four separate occasions, so she broke off the relationship with him.

Hadaway says that she remembers Primus telling her that he had killed a girl in the United States, and remembered him showing her news article clippings about Chanel’s murder case back in New York.  Then on New Years Eve she says Primus lured her to his home under the pretext that she had personal belongs at his home that he wanted her to retrieve. Hadaway says that’s when he abducted her and locked her inside the wooden enclosure for several months. She says that she tried to escape on one occasion, and Primus caught her and punished her. Hadaway says he dug a grave and threatened to kill her and bury her in it if she attempted to escape again.

She says that while she was being held captive Primus used her cellphone to send text to her family, telling them that she was traveling in Antigua, all in an attempt to through them off regarding her having been held against her will. She says Primus would never leave her alone in the room out of fear that she would crawl out of the window and attempt to escape again, so when ever he cooked he would bring her out into the kitchen. Hadaway says one day when Primus went outside to wash out a pot, she seige the opportunity to plant a note inside an insulin box inside the refrigerator. The note read “I’m here all the time, get help.”

Primus’ great aunt who he lives with is diabetic and has a caretaker who comes to the home everyday to care for her. The caretaker found the note and called for help, but when the police arrived Primus threatened Hadaway and told her to give the police a different name and she complied out of fear. However, the caretaker told the police the truth, about who she really was. Finally, Primus was arrested for kidnapping and Hadaway was set free after hree and a half months being held captive by this monster. During the investigation and search of Primus’ home, that’s where authorities say evidence was discovered linking him to both, Chanel Petro-Nixon’s killing, and the murder of Sharleen Greaves.

Though it may have taken over a decade, there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel of justice for one of New York’s brightest hopes, as authorities zero in on the initial suspect in the killing of Chanel Petro-Nixon. Its just disturbing how he was able to lie with a straight face without withering, and declaring to police that Chanel had stood him up for a date back in 2006. Now it appears that he was just simply a cold dark heart bastard who snuffed out the life of such a beautiful and promising kid without provoction. I pray that justice prevails and just like he did to this innocent child, that his life also becomes snuffed out and develops into just a memory. A “cold case” no more, just rest now baby girl, rest!

 

The People’s Champion

I’m Crime Blogger David Adams

 

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