Sylvia Cordoba’s life has been shortened by cooking, as one friend put it.
“If you are hungry, he will feed you. His smile was just amazing, he was just a wonderful person, ”said Elizabeth Gonzalez, who previously lived in the same building with Cordoba.
Hartford police said Cordova was killed Wednesday at 5pm when she was at her apartment on Sisson Avenue. Officers found the highway bullets and damaged the apartment that led them to Córdoba.
“I haven’t been here in two and a half weeks, and when I arrived I saw all the yellow ribbons around. I knew my friend Pebbles had been shot,” Gonzalez said.
The devastated family and friends told Lovebylife News on Thursday that a proud Puerto Rican woman named Pebbles would give you the shirt from behind, and that was my best mom.
Cordoba’s twin brother said his “hermanita” celebrated him at the age of 56th birthday last month.
“I’ve been working in this field for a long time, and I’ve rarely seen more heartbreaking scenes,” said Chief Jason Todd.
Hartford police say they will do everything they can to find the shooter and give the family some justice.
“We believe that someone else who had nothing to do with the area was targeted in this area. This conflict had to deal with something that happened at the beginning of the day, and he was really an unwanted victim in that,” he said. Todi.
“Can you believe that? Someone is cooking in their kitchen and is such a bullet? It’s very difficult, “said Millie Balgobin, a Hartford resident.
He says, like others interviewed by Lovebylife News, the violence in Hartford needs to stop.
Gonzalez, meanwhile, says his heart is for Cordoba’s children.
Cordoba’s daughter, if you want to fight, hit her with your fist, which means she won’t be affected by an innocent person like her crazy mother.
“Justice. I want justice for that. I mean it’s not like that, he was at home. Where you have to feel safe, that’s what happened to him,” Gonzalez said.