NYC woman, 22, found dismembered at her apartment after boyfriend refused to let security guards in

A NYC Macy’s employee was found dismembered in two suitcases at her apartment building after her abusive boyfriend refused to let security inside. Her family now blames the building’s staff for not doing more to save her.

Dasia Johnson, 22, of Brooklyn, was found dismembered in suitcases at her apartment in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, after security guards reportedly let in her perpetually abusive boyfriend.

The would-be teacher’s body was found Wednesday after her aunt called security for a wellness check because she hadn’t heard from her since Sunday. Local residents had also begun to complain about the smell.

When guards arrived at the unit, the friend – who has not been identified and reportedly lived at the unit at times – and another man refused to let them in.

When the guards left to call 911, the two men exited the building. They have yet to be found and the friend is currently listed as a suspect.

“The next thing I hear is a detective calls me and says it’s now a crime scene,” said her aunt, who asked to remain anonymous.

Dasia Johnson, 22, was found cut up in suitcases at her Cypress Hills apartment in Brooklyn after security forces reportedly let her repeatedly abusive boyfriend in

Dasia Johnson, 22, was found cut up in suitcases at her Cypress Hills apartment in Brooklyn after security forces reportedly let her repeatedly abusive boyfriend in

Dasia Johnson, 22, was found cut up in suitcases at her Cypress Hills apartment in Brooklyn after security forces reportedly let her repeatedly abusive boyfriend in

The would-be teacher's body was found Wednesday after her aunt called security for a wellness check because she hadn't heard from her since Sunday. Residents of the building had also started to complain about an odor (Picture: Police carry evidence bags)

The would-be teacher's body was found Wednesday after her aunt called security for a wellness check because she hadn't heard from her since Sunday. Residents of the building had also started to complain about an odor (Picture: Police carry evidence bags)

The would-be teacher’s body was found Wednesday after her aunt called security for a wellness check because she hadn’t heard from her since Sunday. Residents of the building had also started to complain about an odor (Picture: Police carry evidence bags)

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When the guards arrived at the unit, the friend – who could not be identified and was reportedly a temporary resident of the unit – and another man refused to let them in. When the guards left to call 911, the two men exited the building. They have yet to be found and the friend is currently listed as a suspect

When resident Stephanie Harris went to the apartment on Thursday to ask the detective “what’s going on,” she was horrified to find “blood everywhere.”

“It was bad. You can imagine what happened to her, you know she was fighting for her life. There was blood spatter,” Harris told the New York Post.

“He opened the door and it was like something in a movie, not something you see in real life.”

Harris recalled the boyfriend constantly abusing Johnson – who had a restraining order against him – and often yelled at her and broke things in the home.

The alleged murder took place at the Linwood Park apartment building in Cypress Hills

The alleged murder took place at the Linwood Park apartment building in Cypress Hills

The alleged murder took place at the Linwood Park apartment building in Cypress Hills

“She used to say that he bashed her head in the house, like, ‘Why do you have people in our shop?’ He used to break things in the house, she said ‘It’s not your money’. [and he would say] “I don’t give a shit, you’re mine, so whatever’s yours is mine,” Harris recalled to the Post.

He is also said to have often yelled at Johnson, “The only way you’re getting out of it is if your mom is [is] gonna bury you, b**ch.’

“He always said it in the hallway, we always heard it,” Harris told the Post. “And you felt it.”

Another neighbor, who asked not to be named, recalled seeing traces of blood stretching from her apartment to the front door one day as the couple argued in the lobby.

Harris, herself a domestic violence survivor, said Johnson told her she was “so scared”.

Now her family is blaming staff at the building – which is privately owned by C&C Apartment Management and offers 24-hour security – for letting her boyfriend in.

“They know their tenants. They opened the door for him,” Johnson’s aunt, who asked not to be named, told the Post. “She had no other boyfriend. You haven’t done enough. You could have stopped him from getting in there… They’re security guards, they’re trained to put someone down. There are ways to stop him from coming in.

“You dropped the ball here,” she said.

Johnson’s friend had previously been arrested in March for coming into the apartment. According to the Post, Johnson is also a customer of HousingPlus. The organization provides stable housing for survivors of domestic violence.

At a family dinner on Aug. 16, Johnson reportedly told her family that she was “done with him” and “happy.”

“It’s just so sad. she was so skinny This boy overpowered her… He sucked off her. He used her kindness. Her mother is terminally ill and she needed a friend and she thought he would be that friend,” her aunt told the Post.

‘If she had told us [the full extent of the abuse]we could help her if we knew more.’

The aunt claimed she was trying to help her niece and warned the girl that “this is not love. It will not get better. It’s only going to get worse.’

The family are now asking police to release the friend’s photo so people can help find him and avoid him.

“The public needs to be made aware of who he is. That’s why he’s so difficult to locate, no one has his picture,” she told the Post.


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