A jealous loner who shot and killed a woman in cold blood experienced karma rather quickly when her boyfriend’s Hyundai collided with his body.
In shocking video, handyman Jose Everaldo Reyes, 66, is seen flying within moments of shooting Lizabeth Mass, 52, at a New York City construction site, Breitbart reported.
Boyfriend of slain woman runs over killer
The killer often rode his bike nearby the City Island, Bronx worksite and would bring sandwiches to Mass, who worked as a traffic controller there.
The suspect, who reportedly lived alone and was apparently infatuated with the victim, flew off the handle upon finding out she had a boyfriend, her brother Raul said, according to The New York Post.
But moments later, Reyes is knocked off his feet when a Hyundai Sonata comes careening into him. Upon landing, Reyes attempts to get up by grabbing a “Detour” sign. But the car, now in reverse and without the driver inside, slams into him a second time and starts dragging him across the ground.
Finally, Reyes manages to stand up, but the driver charges at him, pins him to the hood of the car and starts punching him repeatedly for about 30 seconds.
Killer hospitalized, driver facing no charges
Reyes has been hospitalized and faces charges of second-degree murder, criminal use of a firearm, criminal possession of a weapon, and manslaughter. The boyfriend, Dwayne Walker, is not currently facing charges.
“The guy lived around the area,” Raul said, of Reyes, “and he was always bringing lunch to her, and my sister is a friendly person to everybody.”
Before the shooting, Walker had sensed a bad energy from Reyes and told Mass, “be careful with him” and “he’s looking at me strange.” Reyes, who had left glowering, then returned with a .44 Smith and Wesson and shot Mass as Walker was driving away.
Reyes allegedly stole the murder weapon from the home of a retired NYPD police officer, for whom he had done a job.