Woman Killed In Brooklyn Park Stabbing Identified

BROOKLYN PARK (WCCO) — A woman killed in a Brooklyn Park stabbing has been identified.

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner said Mauryn Eunice Wanda Moore, 39, died of multiple sharp force injuries suffered on the early morning of Sept. 13, 2011.

On that day, officers were called to the Villa Del Coronado apartments on Zane Avenue around 2 a.m. When they arrived, they found a woman dead.

Another man, who police believe did the alleged stabbing, was taken to North Memorial Hospital for non life-threatening injuries.

Police said they are keeping the man in the hospital in custody on suspicion of murder.

They are not looking for any other suspects.

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  1. Bill says:

    Interesting…

  2. Ricky says:

    Who wrote this article?
    No one in the editing process saw this grammatical error?
    “Police said they are keeping the man in the hospital in custody on suspicion of murder.”
    Please! Could the STRIB at least require some grammatical skill of their reporters?

    1. ????? says:

      What exactly is the grammatical error here? They are keeping the man in the hospital in cutody, which means he is under guard. What website do you think you are on here? This is WCCO, not the Star Tribune. Have another cup of coffee and start again.

      1. Ricky says:

        If you can’t see it, I can’t help you. Here’s a hint. Read this paragraph:

        “The Hennepin County Medical Examiner said Mauryn Eunice Wanda Moore, 39, died of multiple sharp force injuries suffered on the early morning of Sept. 13, 2011. ”

        And please, check your own spelling. Then again, you couldn’t see the error.

        Many STRIB articles are terribly written.

  3. new here says:

    I’m new to town so not quit familiar with the lay of the land. Isn’t it Brooklyn Park that has all the section 8 housing and black people/crime? Maybe that was Brooklyn Center, but I can’t tell. I just want to know which areas to stay away from.

    1. Blah Blah says:

      BP has some bad section 8 sections mainly along the Zane and Brooklyn Blvd. corridor. That’s where a majority of the crime in the city is too. Now, if there was just some type of correlation…

      1. addin says:

        Most of BP has a lot of section 8…
        Anything surrounding North Minneapolis. Stay clear of.
        Well, not like you can’t be around- just don’t live around it.
        And north of 694 on the BP/BC side.

        Kind of like the saying “ring of fire”.

    2. Sara says:

      well there is a section of Brooklyn Park that has a high crime rate. However i live in a very safe part of Brooklyn Park. Most of the crime occurs in that small area and the rest of Brooklyn Park is the typical suburban neighborhood. I have rarely heard of any crime occurring in my neighborhood and definitely no murders occur near where i live.

    3. @ New Here says:

      @ New Here..Just stay away from anyplace that Blacks live & you’ll be just fine..They are ignorant,lazy,violent,criminal,uneducated,predatory,poorly raised,unemployed thieves & murderers.

  4. Chicago welfare train says:

    @New here, stay away from the eastside of St. Paul.

    1. fred says:

      don`t forget the rice street area….and frogtown

  5. Ricky says:

    And I wouldn’t be in any part of south Mpls from Franklin Av to Lake St, west of Lake Calhoun and east of about 24th Av. If you are downtown, stay off of Hennepin, Block E, or First Av. Very violent. And again, the norm holds true, it’s nearly always the black element. Fifty years of social programs and $$$MM of dollars that I’ve watched, and little has changed. It’s just passed from generation to the next. It will never change (they don’t want it to change.)

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