‘He destroyed 6 families’: man convicted in murder of three including boy gets life in prison – FOX 2 Detroit
Nicholas Bahri shot and killed Tukoyo Moore in September of 2020. He also murdered Tukoyo’s 6-year-old son Tai’Raz, and his 28-year-old fiancé Isis Rimson.
Bahri was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the execution of these three victims.
Bahri was convicted in April of killing Tai’raz Moore, 6, and Isis Rimson, 28, in the basement of a home on Otis Street in Warren. The three were shot execution-style because of drugs and money.
Police found Moore’s body in a burned car, and then went to his address to notify his family. They found the young boy and Rimson shot to death in the basement of the home.
Detectives found drugs, guns, and a large amount of cash in Moore’s home. They said Moore was involved in drug trafficking and kept large amounts of cash and drugs inside the home.
The judge interrupted Bahri several times and warned him that if he did not stop speaking, he would have him removed from the courtroom. Bahri insisted he did not commit the three murders and referred to himself as a “scapegoat” and “fall guy”.
The courtroom was packed with family members of the three victims, who spoke of the destruction the three murders caused in their families and said that Bahri is deserving of his sentence. Bahri’s court-appointed attorney said his client had asked him not to speak during the proceedings.
The prosecutors were pleased with the sentence Bahri received and said it gives the family some closure.
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