2005-08-18 / Other News

Police Still Seek Suspect In East Flatbush Murder

By Charles Rogers

Police from the 63rd Precinct have circulated a “wanted” poster seeking information on the whereabouts of Pierre Carrenard, 35, who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend’s mother to death in her East Flatbush apartment last week. He also slashed her 16-year-old niece and killed her small dog. In the Daily News report last Friday police said that Carrenard might have fled to the South, but didn’t indicate what state. He may have been driving an aquamarine Lexus with New York license plates, they said.

The murder took place when Car-renard apparently went on a rampage inside 976 East 43rd Street, near Avenue N, the home of the victim, Mrs. Esperance Labidou, 53, around noon on Tuesday, August 9, police said. He had broken up with Francois MacDaly, 25, a few months previously and had, according to neighbors and witnesses, apparently been stalking her ever since. Apparently the woman’s niece had come upon the grisly scene when she went to check on the commotion. She was treated at Kings County Hospital and pronounced in stable condition.

Reports indicated that, after the stabbing, Carrenard took the victim’s cell phone and, in front of the apartment, made threatening phone calls to MacDaly and other relatives. He then fled in the Lexus.

Anyone with information is asked to call the 63rd Precinct Detective Squad at (718) 258-4401 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

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