Michael Williams, who also died, allegedly drove his car head-on into Chelsea Garrish’s SUV, killing her — but her two other passengers miraculously survive.
Aspiring model Chelsea Gerrish was employed by U-Haul and the Tilted Kilt pub.
A Queens woman arguing with her much-younger hubby zoomed off in her SUV yesterday — with her spouse clinging to the hood — and went on a wild, 11-block high-speed ride before crashing and killing him, cops and witnesses said.
“He was screaming, ‘Stop the car!’ ” a law-enforcement source said — but that only made suspect Maria Espinosa, 51, allegedly floor it, hitting speeds up to 80 mph.
Espinosa was later charged with murder in the death of her husband, Matthew Soria, 34, law-enforcement sources told The Post.
Cops said the troubled couple had been arguing over money.
Authorities said Soria had first pedaled up to Espinosa on his bike as she tried to get into her blue Ford Explorer on Jamaica Avenue near Dexter Court at about 8 a.m., officials said.
Nashville police say they are still looking for a man they say shot his girlfriend and her three teenage daughters at an apartment complex and fled the scene barefoot.
Police said in a statement on Saturday that Earnest Woodley, who also goes by Earnest Moore, should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say he shot 34-year-old Nicole Luke and her daughters Friday night before slipping into a nearby wooded area wearing a gray T-shirt and blue shorts.
Police say one of the teens who was shot has been released from Vanderbilt University Hospital. The others remain hospitalized in stable condition.
Police have asked for the public’s help in locating Woodley.
Marcos Vincente Arenas, 15, was the victim of ‘apple picking,’ the practice of swiping iPhones, iPods and iPads. Two Las Vegas men were arrested Sunday and are to be charged with murder. police say.
By Stephen Williams / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
For many, a digital gadget offers a lifeline to explore a wider world.
For some, it’s a curse.
A 15-year-old boy who refused to let go of his Apple iPad was dragged along a Las Vegas street and died after the potential thieves, driving an SUV, ran him over, police said.