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The day before Barbara Tommey was allegedly murdered by her husband Sylvester Ofori outside of a Navy Federal Credit Union branch on Sept. 8, he threatened to kill her during an argument that was recorded by Tommey’s sister, according to Orlando Police.

A recently released emergency arrest and search warrant revealed new details about the killing of Tommey, who was an assistant manager for Navy Federal’s Orlando branch. According to police, credit union members were witnesses to the shooting.

Peter Strozniak


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