Who is Isaac Argro? Bio, Wiki, Age, Suspect, Polie Report

Isaac Argro
Isaac Argro

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Last week, Isaac Argro was on suspicion of murdering Azsia Johnson, a 20-year-old mother. Johnson was killed from point-blank when she pushed her three-month-old baby in a stroller.


Isaac Argro is 23 years old.


A 23-year-old man has been charged for allegedly shooting the mother of his 3-month-old daughter on a New York City street in broad daylight last month. Isaac Argro is facing one count of second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said in a press release Wednesday.

Azsia Johnson, 20, was pushing their baby in a stroller down a street on New York City’s Upper East Side on June 29 when Argro allegedly shot her “at point-blank range in the head” and fled the scene, the press release said.

Johnson was rushed to a hospital, where she died about an hour later, New York City Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said in a news conference. The child was not injured.
Bragg called the incident a “premeditated act of fatal domestic violence.”

According to Bragg, Argro had asked Johnson to meet him that day so that he could give her several items for their daughter. However, the statement said that Argro arrived without the things, clad in black and wearing a ski mask. After allegedly shooting Johnson, Argro discarded the black clothing and mask, surveillance video showed.

According to Bragg, Johnson had sent text messages describing where the two planned to meet, as well as what Argro was wearing when she saw him. Bragg said that her descriptions matched those of witnesses who called 911 after the shooting.

After the shooting, the press release said that Argro called Johnson’s family, asking where his daughter was and threatening one of Johnson’s family members. He was arrested by authorities two days later, Sewell said.

“Committing this type of killing in front of an infant is horrific, and I cannot imagine the pain that Ms. Johnson’s family and loved ones are experiencing,” Bragg said. “I want to make clear that we will pursue full accountability and justice in this case.”

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