A love triangle murder of a Bucks County man has taken a new turn, as the man and woman wanted in connection of the crime have surrendered to authorities.
Detectives of Bucks County and U.S. Marshals had been trying to capture 33-year-old Jeffrey Gould of Bensalem and 30-year-old Zannatul Naim, known as Asha. They had been tracking the two after the murder of 33-year-old Edward Dubinsky, which took place in Warwick Township.
According to ABC, Gould has been booked for murder and other related offenses. Naim has not yet been been charged; however, she is being considered a person of interest.
Warwick Township Police Chief Mark Goldberg and Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler had confirmed that an investigation into murder ensued after a neighbor found him dead. After thorough inquiry, it was revealed that Dubinsky and Gould had been involved in a love triangle with Naim.
It was reported that Naim, from Warwick Township, stayed with both men at some point in time. Although Heckler said investigators didn’t find reason to believe that any particular incident sparked the murder, he said the trio had a history of contact.
Police believe the killing is directly linked to a love triangle. The neighbor found Dubinsky shot in the head on his porch on 2600 block of Virginia Lane in Warwick Township on July 14.
According to NBC Philadelphia, cops said that Naim had an on-and-off relationship with Dubinsky while dating Gould.
“We assumed it had to do with the girlfriend because they did have a lot of fights late at night,” said neighbor Kelli Sickles.
“So we didn’t know what was going on, but I assumed the girlfriend had something to do with it. But it’s so sad, he was a nice guy.”
The love triangle murder is the first murder in Warwick Township in 27 years.