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DAILYKENN.com -- Egypt Covington, age 27, was fatally shot in her Van Buren Township, Michigan home. 

Charged for the homicide is 34-year-old Timothy Eugene Moore.

Covington was killed in June, 2017. Moore was arrested in November, 2020.  

Reports say the victim was shot in the head and that it was not a random shooting. The two were apparently acquaintances. 

According to the victim's parents, the individual arrested fort he 2017 homicide should have been in jail at the time of the murder. According to clickondetroit.com, "The Local 4 Defenders uncovered that Moore has a long criminal record in Michigan. He has a history of drug dealing, gun crimes, and breaking and entering." [Egypt Covington’s family says suspect should have been in jail at time of 2017 murder, Shawn Ley, Reporter, Kayla Clarke, Web Producer, clickondetroit.com, November 9, 2020]  

Excerpted from mlive.com  ▼ By Roberto Acosta

A suspect has been arraigned in connection with the June 2017 killing of Egypt Covington at her Van Buren Township home.

Timothy Eugene Moore, 34, of Toledo, was arraigned Sunday, Nov. 8 in 34th District Court on charges of first-degree murder, felony murder, first-degree home invasion, felon in possession of a firearm and four counts of felony firearm.

Covington, 27, was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head about 7:15 p.m. June 23, 2017, in her home in the 45000 block of Hull Road in Van Buren Township.

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