The ex-girlfriend of a man who was murdered "execution style" in Pennsylvania has turned herself into police after an extensive manhunt. Zannatul "Asha" Naim, 30, and her boyfriend, Jeffrey Gould, 33, surrendered to Perkasie Police Station on the night of July 20. NBC Philadelphia reports that Gould is the prime suspect in the "execution-style" murder of Naim's former boyfriend, Edward Dubinsky, 33. Dubinsky was found dead on the front porch of his home in the Warwick Township on July 13 after being shot in the head.
Warwick Township Police Chief Mark Goldberg and Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler had earlier told the media that the investigation into Dubinsky's killing showed he'd been involved in a love triangle. That triangle involved his alleged killer, Gould, and Naim. ABC Philadelphia reports that while Naim is also in custody, she has not been charged. Heckler said in the beginnings of the investigation, "Nothing specific or dramatic [happened] that we're aware of. I think there had been a certain amount of communication and friction back and forth."
NBC Philadelphia reports that Naim's white Mercedes was seen fleeing the scene after witnesses recounted hearing three loud bangs outside of Dubinsky's home on the night of July 13. Gould and Naim then switched cars to a champagne-colored Silverado truck. That truck was seen close to Philadelphia on the night of July 18. On July 21, Gould is expected to be arraigned.
Here are the photos of Gould and Dubinsky's girlfriend that you need to see: