Woman Found Dead In Apartment Fire Was Stabbed 100 Times, According To Authorities

by Gee NY

Den’Jah Moore, a Florida mother, met a tragic end marked by unimaginable brutality as a recent arrest affidavit revealed the horrifying details of her death.

Moore, whose life was cut short in an apartment fire, reportedly suffered approximately 100 stab wounds in addition to severe burns, painting a grim picture of the brutality she endured.

The incident unfolded on November 21, when authorities responded to a call at the apartment on 1200 Belville Road in Daytona Beach.

Inside, they discovered Moore’s lifeless body alongside her three children – a 10-month-old boy, a 4-year-old, and a 5-year-old.

Tragically, the infant succumbed to the injuries and passed away, while the two older children were rushed to the hospital and remain in critical condition.

Charles Ivy, a 34-year-old individual associated with the incident, was subsequently charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted felony murder, and arson.

The arrest affidavit detailed Ivy’s admission to being at Moore’s apartment on the fateful night around 11 p.m., aligning with the timeframe authorities believe the fire was intentionally started.

Ivy stated that he remained at the victim’s apartment until 11:35 p.m., followed by an additional 30 minutes spent in the parking lot. This admission seemingly places him at the scene during the time of the murders and arson.

The tragedy prompted Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young to describe it as the “most horrendous and horrific crime” in his entire career during a press conference.

Young also hinted at the domestic nature of the case, suggesting that Ivy might be the father of at least two of Moore’s children.

The shocking and disturbing nature of this brutal domestic violence incident has left the community in grief, with local authorities continuing their investigation into the devastating events that unfolded at 1200 Belville Road.

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