Nicholas Raad Bahri Wiki – Biography
Nicholas Raad Bahri was arraigned Tuesday afternoon on homicide and other charges related to the execution style murder of a 6-year-old boy, the boy’s father, and the boy’s father’s girlfriend.
Aman from West Bloomfield, Michigan, named Nicholas Raad Bahri is being accused of killing a 6-year-old boy, his father and his father’s girlfriend in an execution-style murder, according to the Warren Weekly.
At a press conference, Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer said the murders were committed over a drug dispute. “This was all over drugs and money,” he said.
People magazine reported that 6-year-old Tai’raz Moore and 28-year-old Isis Rimson were found in the basement of that home with shotgun blasts to the head. People magazine also reported that video surveillance put Bahri at the home on Otis Avenue.
During the press conference, police were unwilling to say in which order the three were killed. However, the Warren Weekly reported that an investigation of the car found that it left the address on Otis Avenue, returned before 10 p.m. and left again “at high speed about an hour and a half later.”
The paper reported that Bahri was captured on surveillance video buying a gas can and filling it near Eight Mile Road. People magazine reported that Bahri conducted Google searches for news stories about burning vehicles in the hours after the murders, according to police.
Dwyer did not go into detail about the motive of the murders, although during the press conference, he said that the murders were “all about drugs” and he also confirmed, “in this particular case, the subject and the victim knew each other.” During a search of the home, police found “drugs, weapons and a large amount of cash that was hidden,” according to the Weekly Warren.
Nicholas Raad Bahri Age
Nicholas Raad Bahri is 37-years-old.
Charged & Arrested
A West Bloomfield Township man who has a long felony record and left prison less than two months ago has been arrested and charged with killing a 6-year-old boy and two others — slayings police say stemmed from a falling-out over drug deals.
Nicholas Raad Bahri
Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer provided new details into the killings Tuesday while announcing Nicholas Raad Bahri, 37, has been charged in all three deaths.
“This was all over drugs and money,” said Dwyer, who described it as one of the worst killing sprees he’s worked on in his career of more than a half-century.
Bahri was arrested about 7 a.m. Friday at his parents’ West Bloomfield home, taken into custody without incident by a task force of Warren and Detroit police, federal ATF agents and Michigan State Police troopers.
Nicholas Bahri is accused of the execution-style murders of 6-year-old Tai’raz Moore, his father’s girlfriend, and the boy’s father.
“Nicholas Bahri. Barbarian. Child Killer. and he will serve his time,” Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said. https://t.co/SBjORomNpq pic.twitter.com/XjRHR6pwmU
— FOX 2 Detroit (@FOX2News) October 13, 2020
Dwyer said Bahri alone is believed to be responsible for the Oct. 1 deaths of Tukoyo Moore, 31; Moore’s girlfriend, Isis Rimson, 28; and his son, Tai’raz Moore, 6, all of Warren.
Rimson and the boy were found dead hours after Detroit police identified Tukoyo Moore as the man whose body was found at about 2 a.m. Oct. 1 in the rear seat of a torched rental car on Hyde Street on Detroit’s east side. Moore had been shot in the head, according to an autopsy.
Detroit investigators went to Moore’s Otis Street home in Warren about 10 a.m. on a welfare check and found a door ajar and notified Warren police, Dwyer said.
According to the Weekly Warren, police first found 31-year-old Tukoyo Moore, who had been fatally shot and was burning inside his rented Kia Sorrento, at 2 a.m. on October 1. Tracing the car to his address at Otis Avenue, police found Moore’s son and girlfriend.
Dwyer held a press conference along with Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney Jean Cloud and representatives of the Detroit Police Department to announce Bahri’s arrest and highlight the partnerships that helped lead to it. Dwyer said that Bahri’s arrest was the culmination of a collaboration between Detroit and Warren police, as well as the technology used to track Bahri’s whereabouts.
Dwyer also confirmed reports that came out at Bahri’s arraignment, during which prosecutors accused Bahri of searching Google for expensive watches he could buy in the hours after the murder. Dwyer called Bahri a “barbarian” and “childkiller,” and said of the 6-year-old’s murder, “It is truly evil, unthinkable and shows no regard for life.” He also said the following
Only monsters or godless creatures would pull the trigger on a 6-year-old baby. Now, it is intolerable, even in the criminal world, that they would take a baby and execute that baby. So justice is served and will be served … He’s a person that, in my opinion — and many in law enforcement and the families and citizens — he deserves capital punishment, the death penalty, because of the type of person he is. You’re not going to rehabilitate (him). And I’ll leave it at that.
Dwyer said that he had spoken to Matthew Schneider, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, about potentially charging Bahri with federal capital murder charges. Cloud, during the press conference, said that Bahri was facing a 15-count warrant, which included three counts of first-degree felony murder, a third-degree arson charge and one count of mutilation and dismemberment of a dead body.
The Weekly Warren reported that when he went before Chief Judge John Chmura, Bahri requested a court-appointed lawyer. Bahri was denied bail and will be held in Macomb County Jail until his next appearance, scheduled for October 22.