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    Suspect in Brooklyn Axe Attack At Large, 1 Dead, 1 Wounded

    Updated: April 21, 2019 at 1:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    A woman was hacked to death with an axe on Saturday, and another woman was critically wounded in a Brooklyn apartment. A 4 year old child found in the apartment was not injured. The suspect is at large, according to the New York Post. Police want to talk to the boyfriend of one of the women.

    Update: Police have charged Angela’s former boyfriend, Jerry Brown, 34, with the murder, attempted murder, and weapons possession. He is still at large.

    Suspected ax murderer on the loose in Brooklyn after woman hacked to death in apartment https://t.co/7iIjk4bFSL pic.twitter.com/3AM95Z6eNL

    — New York Post (@nypost) April 20, 2019

    Live 5P: Police source: 20-year old Savannah Rivera’s lifeless body was found inside her BK apartment, head nearly severed from body, fingers hacked off. Ax recovered in trash compactor. Angela Valle, also in apartment critical. Detectives looking for her boyfriend. @PIX11News pic.twitter.com/p13xayCG4L

    — jennbisramtv (@jennbisramtv) April 20, 2019

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    The incident came to light at around 1:30 a.m. when Angela Valle, 21, mother to the 4 year old child, called for an Uber, stumbled into the

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