Nasean Bonie arraigned on murder, manslaughter charges in connection to disappearance of Ramona Moore
THE BRONX - A man was arraigned Tuesday for the murder of a Bronx woman who has been missing for two years.
Nasean Bonie was arrested in May by U.S. Marshals in Pennsylvania. He was indicted for second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter in connection to Ramona Moore's disappearance.
Moore was last seen on July 30, 2012 at her home in Claremont Village. Investigators have not found her body.
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In April 2013, police executed a search warrant at Bonie's apartment, which was in the same Jefferson Place building that Moore lived in. Neighbors say authorities were there for hours.
Bonie then invited News 12 into his place to see how police "trashed" it. Bonie said he did nothing wrong and had nothing dangerous. He also said he'd be suing the NYPD for stealing $40,000 from his apartment and damaging his place.
Police say this is the first time in Bronx County history that someone is being charged with murder without having the victim's body.