A Florida actual property agent was fatally ambushed as she tried to promote a house on Thursday, and police have arrested a 51-year-old man described by neighbors as a “disgruntled tenant” who had lately moved out of the house.
Sara Trost, a younger mother from the UK who began her personal enterprise flipping low cost properties in South Florida, was sitting in her Jeep within the residence’s driveway at 12:30 p.m. when she was shot a number of occasions, police mentioned.
A neighbor, Roben Cipriani, mentioned he was on a piece name at residence when he heard two gunshots. “I flip to my spouse and I mentioned, ‘I feel that was gunshots,’” he informed Local 10 News. “I bought slightly nearer to the Jeep and I noticed some blood.”
Hours later, officers arrested Raymond Wesley Reese, 51, of Boca Raton. He’s going through a homicide cost in reference to Trost’s dying.
Police didn’t disclose a motive for the brutal daylight slaying however neighbors mentioned Reese was a tenant who had lately moved out of the Coral Springs bungalow.
“There was a disgruntled tenant who was evicted,” a neighbor, Donna Smith, told Local 10. “He thought that the realtor, who was displaying the house, he thought it was the proprietor of the home, and he or she was ambushed.”
An unidentified individual near the Reese told 7 News Miami disputed that Reese was evicted, however mentioned there had been a mutual resolution to maneuver out lately.
Trost, 40, was remembered as a religious member of her native synagogue who fostered canines and volunteered on the Paw Patrol Animal Rescue & Sanctuary. She leaves behind a husband and younger toddler.
“[She was] so loving and caring. There wasn’t a mission that we began in the neighborhood that she would not be part of,” the Chabad of Parkland’s Rabbi Shuey Biston told CBS12. “She was only a actually particular individual. Something she touched, she turned to gold.”