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Kaylin Fiengo, a pregnant woman, was found dead with gunshot wounds in her car in the Sanford, Coastline Parks parking spot on Friday, November 11. The case is being investigated as a double homicide, according to police.
According to reports, a Sanford Police Department officer patrolled the Coastline Park area around 11:20 p.m. m. Friday he approached a vehicle that appeared to be moving and backed up. The officer located a woman in the driver’s seat, identified as Fiengo, dead from an apparent gunshot wound.
Kaylin Fiengo died at the age of 18 years old.
Fiengo’s relatives said the teenager was 12 weeks pregnant with her second child, a girl, at the time of her death. She is survived by her 1-year-old son, Ace, who was staying with her father at the time of the murder. The family says Kaylin was a “happy girl.”
12 Weeks Pregnant Woman Shot Dead
Meanwhile, preliminary police investigations have revealed that Fiengo “went to that location with the intention of meeting a person known to her.” The circumstances surrounding what happened were still under investigation, and the incident appeared isolated, police added. We have no indication that this was random,” said Bianca Gillette, a Sanford police spokeswoman. “We feel like it was an isolated incident, and we feel like we have some really strong leads to give us the full picture of what happened that night and why,” Gillette said, according to FOX35.
“I’m basically in a black tunnel, sitting here. She was a mother, a happy girl, and she likes to joke around. Has no sense. It’s so pointless. She was just a happy, fun-loving person. She was just the life of the party,” Ricky Fiengo, Kaylin’s father, told Click Orlando. “I think she was just attacked and cheated,” he added. She also took her role as her mother very seriously, according to other reports.
As of Tuesday morning, November 15, no suspects have been identified and no arrests have been announced. “The senselessness of this kind of violence is infuriating. Kaylin was a young mother with her whole life ahead of her. This violence and destruction will not be tolerated in our community,” said Sanford Police Chief Cecil Smith, as reported by the New York Post. “I am confident that our residents will work with us to find the person responsible for Kaylin’s death,” Smith added.