Sylvester Ofori, a pastor at Flood Gates of Heaven Ministries in Orlando, faces murder charge Mark Lehman, Reporter ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police on Wednesday released new details about a shooting that left a woman dead outside an Orlando credit union.
During a news conference, investigators said Sylvester Ofori, 35, was taken into custody late Tuesday and is accused of killing his wife, Barbara Tommey, 27.
According to detectives, the couple was in the process of filing for a divorce and had been estranged for about three months. Police said Ofori is a pastor at Flood Gates of Heaven Ministries in Orlando. He did have a pretty big online following,” Orlando police Lt. Frank Chisari said. “He speaks to his followers and called himself a prophet. His followers call him a prophet.”Investigators said Tommey was an employee at the branch and was shot by Ofori several times as she arrived for her shift.
A search warrant was later served at the suspect’s apartment and Ofori was taken into custody without incident, according to police Mark Lehmah
at OrlandoPDChief says an employee at Navy Federal was shot and killed as she arrived for work this morning. Investigators say the suspect and victim knew each other, but aren’t confirming the relationship. The suspect remains on the run.
But currently there are videos circulating on Instagram proving that the so called prophet threatened to killed his wife three months ago.
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