Who Was Terry Hickman? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Shot & Killed, Cause of Death, Investigation, Suspect Arrested, Instagram, Net Worth | wikibiouk.com

Who Was Terry Hickman? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Shot & Killed, Cause of Death, Investigation, Suspect Arrested, Instagram, Net Worth

Terry Hickman Wiki – Biography

Terry Hickman was the ex-boyfriend of Nijinsky Dix, Prosecutors allege Nijinsky Dix shot and killed her ex-boyfriend.

Terry Hickman Age

Terry Hickman has died at the age of 44-years-old.

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Nijinsky Dix Charged & Arrested

A 37-year-old woman was arrested Saturday in connection with the shooting death of her ex-boyfriend, Washington, D.C., police confirmed in a press release.

Shortly before 5:30 p.m., law enforcement responded to call for the sound of gunshots at an apartment complex in Washington, D.C., the release states.

“Upon arrival, members located an adult male, inside an apartment suffering from gunshot wounds,” police stated. “[T]he victim displayed no signs consistent with life.”

Police confirmed 44-year-old Terry Hickman died at the scene.

Hours later, police arrested and charged Nijinsky Dix with second-degree murder while armed, police confirmed in its press release. “This offense is domestic in nature.”

According to court records obtained by NBC5 in Chicago, an individual allegedly told investigators that Dix had been in a three-monthlong relationship with Hickman that ended in May.

Police said that according to the individual, Dix was allegedly stalking Hickman.

The court records stated that Dix was at the apartment and allegedly was kneeling at Hickman’s feet when detectives arrived to the scene.

Investigation

Investigators discovered a cell phone and determined Dix was speaking with her mother, who was still on the line, according to the court records.

“The individual stated the defendant called her and stated, ‘He pushed me, and I shot him,’” the court records stated.

The station also reported that Dix was a PhD student at the University of Illinois but worked at the University of Notre Dame, where she was the director of the Talent Search Upward Bound program, which helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

It was unclear whether Dix had obtained an attorney or appeared in front of a judge to enter a plea.

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