The new reality for Jayvonna Lecker is one she’s trying to fully understand.
According to what Lecker shared, “He used to always take her to school in the morning.”
“He was a wonderful father, and I really, really miss him.”
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Her life altered suddenly on Friday when her lover, 27-year-old Ty Quon Pleasant.
“We were getting ready for bed and all of a sudden, we just heard a tremendous vibration noise,” Lecker recalled. “Next thing you knew we heard loud banging, deafening banging.”
Lecker claimed she stepped out of her apartment and was faced with a terrible reality.
“When I ran out of the apartment, I just saw him getting stabbed,” said Lecker. “I thought they were fighting, and when I did, I just saw him getting stabbed.”
“I tried to save him, push the person off, and I noticed that he was on the floor and dragged him into my apartment. I tried to give CPR and there was simply blood everywhere.”
According to the NYPD, Saun Pyles, 27, stabbed the father, who was taken into custody on Friday.
The persistent disturbance with the music was a constant problem with Pyles.
According to what Lecker has alleged, “He would do it when my daughter had to go to school in the morning.” “Four or five in the morning, and the party is still going strong; it was so loud that you’d think you were at a block party.”
Going forward, Pleasant’s loved ones have announced that they will conduct a vigil for him tomorrow, in order to honor the memory of him as the devoted patriarch he was.
“Tell your family, you love them,” aunt Latonda Pleasant added. Because you never know what could happen and nobody’s life is guaranteed to them, you should reach out to others, keep your children near to you, and lavish as much love as you can on them.
The woman who was the subject of an investigation into a cold case on Staten Island in 1991 has been identified. Kristin Thorne is the one who has the information.