PLAINSBORO, New Jersey– A New Jersey male was followed house from a Pennsylvania gambling establishment and shot and eliminated in his home while his family witnessed.
Sree Ranga Aravapalli, 53, was shot several times inside his home on Briardale Court in Plainsboro during a supposed attempted burglary.
It took place on Tuesday, October 26, at 3:38 a.m. inside his home on Briardale Court.
Cops state Jekai Reid-John, 27, of Norristown, followed Aravapalli home after winning huge at the gambling establishment.
Reid-John was apprehended and charged Wednesday with one count of first-degree murder.
A widely known pharmaceutical CEO, the victim was a partner and father to a daughter and child.
His household is troubled over the senseless act of violence, and his neighbors were left shocked by the ruthless murder of a guy they will miss.
The family held a funeral for Aravapalli on Thursday afternoon.
” We are deeply saddened by the report previously this week. A client of Parx Gambling establishment was the victim of a murder at his house after returning from a visit out to the gambling establishment. We have found out that police authorities have arrested a suspect who followed the victim home from the casino that night. Parx Gambling establishment has worked together totally with local and state law enforcement agencies in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and will continue to do so. Our sincere condolences head out to the friends and family of the victim at this tough time.”
Plainsboro Police Chief Frederick Tavener said in a statement, “I wish to provide my sincerest condolences to the Aravapalli household for their terrible loss. This murder is an unforeseen and worrying occasion for their household, good friends, and our whole community.”