Fellas, if you happen to run into a woman named Cavona
Flenoy 25 years from now, run. I'm serious. You don't want any part of this black widow.
In December, Flenoy
pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges for
shooting and killing Hassan
A. Abbas in his Riverside apartment on March 9, 2010. She didn't just
shoot Abbas. She unloaded on him, shooting him in the
chest, face and side with a gun that she bought for $100 just three days before the killing -- and she did it in one of the most intimate of moments.
During a break from questioning with police, Flenoy wrote on a legal pad: "I push him down like I was
about to [have sex with] him. I got the gun. And I just pulled the
Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd called her "a very dangerous woman." After killing Abbas, she stole his 1995 blue Honda Accord, wallet and cell phone. She even switched out his license plates and tried to buy gas
with his credit card.
Abbas' roommate found him lying in a pool of blood in their
apartment at the El
Chaparral apartment complex
at 4911 Northwest Gateway Avenue, in Riverside.
Police found spent .40 caliber shell casings and bullet
rounds in Abbas' bedroom, where the bed, walls and floor were covered
Abbas' roommate told police that Abbas had recently met Flenoy and
had brought her to the apartment the weekend before. He was a
32-year-old Sudanese national.
Flenoy received a 25-year sentence last week. Prosecutors were pushing for life, but Flenoy's defense attorney argued that she should get three years in prison and probation because she had been raped and abused as a child. A judge ultimately settled on more than two decades in prison, of which she'll have to serve at least 85 percent before becoming eligible for parole.
"There is no doubt this young woman had a tumultuous
childhood," Zahnd said in a statement. "But that cannot excuse an act of cold-blooded murder."
Guys, take a mental snapshot of her face and never forget it.