Alexandria Cress Borys Wiki – Alexandria Cress Borys Biography
Alexandria Cress Borys, 26, was shot to death in a grocery store parking lot. A South Carolina woman accused of fatally shooting a beloved mom in a grocery store parking lot following an argument has turned herself in after authorities say she fled the scene of the deadly Valentine’s Day encounter.
“Unfortunately, this is a situation where tempers flared, and someone let anger get the best of them,” Irmo Police Chief Bobby Dale said in a statement, adding that the women did not know each other prior to the incident.
Jail records indicate Christina Harrison faces charges of murder, unlawful carrying of a pistol and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. It’s unclear if Harrison, 23, has entered a plea to the charges or retained an attorney to comment on her behalf.
Alexandria Cress Borys Age
Alexandria Cress Borys was 26 years old.
Alexandria Cress Borys Cause of death – Killed
Mrs. Alexandria Cress Borys, 26, of Irmo, died Tuesday after being shot after a verbal altercation that occurred in the Kroger grocery store parking lot on St. Andrews Road in Irmo. Mrs. Borys was pronounced dead at the scene due to a single gunshot wound to the head, according to the Lexington County Coroner’s Office. A 23-year-old woman has been arrested in connection to the alleged murder.
A GoFundMe page for a memorial to Mrs. Borys has been created by her husband, Tyler Borys. Click here for a link to the fundraiser page
Mrs. Boys is described as “A beautiful woman, wonderful mother, compassionate wife, trusting friend, and so so much more. Alexandria was truly taken too soon.”
Mr. Borys is not asking for donations or financial help, but he’s collecting funds “to build a memorial for Alexandria to honor a great soul. Whether it be something small, a park installment, or wherever we can do. Thank you all for yours thoughts. Hold your loved ones close.”
WACH-TV identified the victim as Alexandria Cress Borys, a nursing student and mom of one. Her husband, Tyler Borys, confirmed his wife was shot to death in an Irmo, S.C., parking lot on Feb. 14, in front of the couple’s 2-year-old child and another infant, who were both in the car at the time, per the station.
He remembered Alexandria, 26, as the “best wife you could ever ask for,” the outlet reports, while a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for a memorial described her as a “beautiful woman, wonderful mother, compassionate wife, trusting friend, and so, so much more.” “Alexandria was truly taken too soon,” the fundraiser’s description reads.