The person accused of gunning down his 20-calendar year-previous ex-girlfriend as she walked their 3-thirty day period-old woman in a stroller on the Higher East Facet has rage challenges — and was nicknamed “Angry Bird” by the victim’s relatives, her heartbroken mom stated Saturday.
Isaac Argro — who was busted Friday night and charged in the chilly-blooded killing of youthful mother Azsia Johnson — is “skinny and quiet but you can see the anger in him,” Lisa DeSort explained to The Publish.
“I never like Isaac. He’s indignant. He’s pretty angry. We phone him ‘Angry Hen,’” DeSort, 55, stated. “When he acquired indignant, he huffed and puffed and appeared like an offended chook.”
“He thinks he’s a gangster. He suggests he’s in the Crips but he has photographs carrying Bloods garments. He’s no gangster, even nevertheless he’d like to believe he was.”
The 22-calendar year-outdated suspect is “a narcissist, the epitome of a narcissist,” Johnson’s grief-stricken mother said.
Argro, of Brooklyn, had been on legislation enforcement’s radar over allegations that he abused and “stalked” Johnson in the earlier, sources and family members have claimed.
He was arraigned on costs of murder and legal possession of a weapon Saturday and remanded to jail with no bail, police claimed.
DeSort was in courtroom ready for the proceeding along with her young daughters, who are 13 and 15.
Johnson, who has a son who is approximately two from a former romance, had been conflicted about irrespective of whether to abort her child with Argro due to the fact she feared him, but in the long run “chose everyday living,” her mother claimed by way of tears.
“My daughter essentially went to the medical professional and bought [abortion] medicine. She came property and she sat down and mentioned ‘I simply cannot do it, I don’t care Mommy, this is my little one and I’m going to get care of her and I’m likely to love her’ and she did,” DeSort reported.
Johnson, a dwelling wellbeing aide, told relations she planned to meet up with her infant’s dad on Wednesday evening since she “felt bad” that he wasn’t in their daughter’s lifestyle, sources and relatives members reported.
She was shot at level-blank range around Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street as she walked to the prepared assembly, according to sources.
DeSort explained she will now raise the infant and her grandson with help from family members users and the boy’s other grandmother.
A mutual mate introduced Argro to her daughter about a year back, when the young woman was feeling unhappy around yet another romantic relationship that had just finished, DeSort explained.
The “honeymoon” stage of Johnson’s romantic relationship with Argro lasted about a thirty day period ahead of items “started turning negative,” DeSort said, painting a photograph of a rage-stuffed and controlling boyfriend.
The mother claimed Argro showed up uninvited at her household just one day and was upset that Johnson had arrived there late.
“That’s when the crimson flags had been raised for me mainly because she didn’t even tell him to appear more than,” DeSort mentioned. “He was upset and when she arrived house, you could see his total demeanor adjust — he was pacing back and forth and respiratory really hard.”
DeSort explained she warned him to “calm your mind-set,” to no avail.
“He went outside and set on that killer rap, that drill rap…I started off finding frightened the way he was pacing again and forth. I experienced identified him for a month and a little something wasn’t appropriate, his power was genuine negative,” she said.
Johnson was so anxious about his conduct that she moved into a domestic violence shelter previous drop to safeguard her older little one, DeSort mentioned.
She said Argro labored as a FedEx deliveryman and griped all-around Xmas time that he didn’t get his paychecks and give up. But she suspects he was fired.
“He said, ‘I’m executing an effed up task, just to help a infant I really do not even know is mine,’” DeSort recalled.
On New Year’s Day, Johnson went to Argro’s dwelling in Jamaica, Queens and required to choose property some child clothing — but he tried out to quit her from leaving, DeSort claimed.
Johnson, who was pregnant at the time, called her mother crying, and DeSort claimed she phoned the police.
“He beat her. She experienced black eyes and scrapes on her neck. She claimed ‘He’s hitting me, I want to leave, I want to depart, but he won’t permit me depart,’” DeSort recalled.
Johnson ended the relationship following the incident — but Argro continued stalking and harassing her even while she held blocking him, DeSort stated.
In March, he allegedly managed to get by to her on the telephone and claimed “If you don’t unblock me bitch, I will kill your mom right now,” DeSort said.
DeSort mentioned she referred to as the domestic violence counselor who experienced been assigned to Johnson right after the New Year’s Day incident and described Argro’s carry out.
The counselor informed the appalled mom that Argro had a correct to converse his mind because it was “freedom of speech,” DeSort claimed.
DeSort, all through a Thursday night time vigil for her daughter, demanded the law enforcement acquire domestic violence instances far more severely.
Johnson, whose very own father is not in her daily life, was frustrated that her daughter wouldn’t have a father and, sometime immediately after she gave beginning on March 25, took the toddler to see Argro in Queens, according to her mom.
But the visit turned unpleasant, DeSort stated.
She reported, ” ‘Mommy I don’t feel comfortable. I just desired to see if it would change’ but he was searching at the toddler and declaring ‘Your mother is these kinds of a bitch. Look at your forehead, you have her forehead,’” DeSort recalled.
The mom said she begged her daughter to lower off all call with Argro, who all of a sudden turned great to Johnson in the days main up to her murder.
“I even explained to her, ‘Watch that’ simply because out of nowhere he started staying nice,” DeSort mentioned. “He was hoping to do a little something. He’s gonna get what he wants, and this is particularly what he preferred. I know this is what he required — to harm my daughter.”