A 55-year-old Maryland man was shot and killed last week while working as an Uber driver. New charging documents now reveal that the murder suspect allegedly wanted to rob the victim.
Prince George‘s County Police have identified the victim as Nesredin Esleiman of Silver Spring. According to a GoFundMe page created to benefit his family, Esleiman was a father of three, a “devoted Muslim family man” and someone who was “loved by his community, friends and family.”
21-year-old Kiayon Strowbridge from Temple Hills, Md., has since been arrested and charged with first- and second-degree murder, among other charges, police say, according to WUSA9.
It is unclear if Strowbridge has entered a plea to the charges or retained an attorney who can speak on his behalf.
Investigators interviewed the person who allegedly called the Uber ride for Strowbridge on August 10, but that person has not been charged with a crime at this time, per FOX 5.
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SOURCE: PEOPLE, Corin Cesaric