Since they were dating, the victim was able to tell Livonia police where Moore lives. Moore is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and domestic violence.
She has previous convictions for drug possession, retail fraud, and home invasion.
to put yourself out there, you know anything can happen," said Harrison.
"I'm just sorry that I didn't make her stay here with me."Results of an autopsy are expected to reveal an official cause of death.
She said it began on the dating app Tinder, where she met someone who became her boyfriend. That's all you have to do.' They would give her like $40," the mom said.
She said they started dating and then the boyfriend asked her to go out with his friends."Then started off like, ' Oh, one of my friends has a big event they're going to, could you escort him? She said it continued with her daughter going to the movies and going out to eat with the men, who would give her $40 or $50, then after about six or seven times, her daughter was told that she had to sleep with the men.
The woman sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to someone who doesn't even exist, sending shockwaves through the Troy community."Wow, that's scary," Carol Corbin said.
"I mean, I would think twice before I gave somebody that much money."Troy police have never had a scam in which so much money was stolen, and it's the talk of the town."I'm not that trusting," Corbin said.Worthy's family is asking for donations to help with funeral expense. - A Troy woman was scammed out of more than 0,000 when she believed the lies of someone posting a fake profile on a dating website.A Metro Detroit mom still worries about her teenage daughter's safety more than a year after she was rescued from a sex-trafficking ring."You could have never told me this would have happened to me," she said.Local 4 is not revealing her identity to protect her family."For anybody to sit back there and say this could never happen to them, yes it can happen to you, in your child, in your house," the mom said.DETROIT - After days with no answers, the family of Cynthia Worthy got a call Tuesday that they didn't want to hear.