Isaac Argro Wiki – Isaac Argro Biography
Isaac Argro appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Saturday night on charges of second-degree murder and second-degree weapon possession, looked after by the distraught mother and sisters of Azsia Johnson’s alleged victim.
Age of Isaac Argro
Isaac Argro is 22 years old.
Accused Killer of NYC Mom & Jailed Without Bail
The man accused of killing his 20-year-old ex-girlfriend by pushing him into a stroller on the Upper East Side was sent to prison on Saturday without bail.
Johnson, 20, was shot on Wednesday near Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street while pushing his 3-month-old baby into a stroller to meet with Argro, who had recently tried to get back to the paramedic. Police and family members said get well soon after months of harassment and threats.
Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Brittany DeCesare told Judge Eric Schumacher that Argro was dressed in black and wore a ski mask as he trotted back and forth while waiting to kill his long-lost girlfriend.
“This case can only be described as a premeditated execution. The defendant persuaded the victim to meet after work and under the guise of wanting to give the deceased items to their 3-month-old daughter,” said DeCesare, the victim’s mother, Lisa DeSort, who began to cry inconsolably.
“The defendant shot his child’s mother in the head at close range, holding her 3-month-old [daughter] in her stroller, who was crying as she ran away,” the prosecutor said.
After committing the heinous murder, Argro called Johnson’s family and asked where his child was while claiming another unidentified person was “next.”
“With regard to redeeming your honor, people are demanding the arrest of the accused. This case can only be described as a premeditated execution,” she said.
After Schumacher sentenced Argro to jail without bail, the suspected killer sought protective custody and medical attention from the court.
He will return to court on July 7 and face 25 years in prison if convicted.
“I thought I might be stronger than I was, but I had a small moment of crisis because it was the first time I heard what was really going on in chronological order,” Lisa DeSort told The Post after the trial.
“Honestly, I wanted to stand up and shout ‘coward’,” she explained. “You are not a man, you are a monster.” That’s what I wanted to scream.”
DeSort said the alleged murderer of his daughter was a wannabe gang member whose family nicknamed him “Angry Bird”.
“I really let you into my house. I don’t let people into my house. I tried to treat you like my son. I wanted you to be a part of your daughter’s life. But you can’t be civil. That’s all we wanted. That’s all my daughter wanted,” he said when asked what he would say to Argro.
DeSort thanked the NYPD and Mayor Eric Adams for the city’s swift response to the lawsuit. Argro was arrested two days after the murder at his Brooklyn apartment, which also housed the murdered woman’s extended family members.
But the grieving mother blamed the city for ignoring her daughter’s complaints of harassment and stalking. At one point when Argro threatened to kill DeSort, a domestic abuse counselor dismissed those remarks as “free speech.”
“I am very disappointed in Queens county. When my daughter reached out, she was abused and attacked, this is documented. He reached out and I reached out repeatedly with threats and stalking…we were kind of pushed around.” said DeSort.
The 3-month-old girl and Johnson’s other young child were being cared for by members of the extended family.
“The baby is fine and in good hands,” DeSort said with a broad smile. “Both babies actually”