Man Suspected of Killing Wife And Girlfriend For 1M Life Insurance

In 2008 Angela Aguiar, 38 was gunned down in the presence of her then boyfriend, Omar Collymore who was the lone witness and only suspect in her death.

Court documents show Angela Aguiar bought a $1 million life insurance policy about a month before her death. She named her boyfriend, Omar Best-Collymore, as her primary beneficiary. Best-Collymore got a total of 400k and the remainder of the insurance money went to Aguiar’s son.

Omar submitted a claim for the money two years after her death, records show and even though he was a suspect he was still able to get his hands on the money.

Eight years later, Collymore remarried , and ironically his new wife has also died a month after taking out a million dollar life insurance policy.

Simone Campbell Collymore was killed yesterday in Jamaica.In the case that involved his girlfriend,Collymore told detectives that as he got out of the driver’s seat and bent down to tie his shoe, he heard a “commotion” and stood up,he walked around the back of the truck and saw a man standing next to Aguiar.

According to the report, Best Collymore shouted an expletive and then ran for cover and heard gunshots.
He returned to find Aguiar injured. According to a medical examiner’s report, Aguiar was shot in the head and chest.

The shooting happened in the 100 block of Northwest Second Avenue where Aguiar was found in the street just west of the railroad tracks and Broward County’s Transit bus terminal.

Simone Collymore and family

Simone and Omar traveled to Jamaica where they both had homes Campbell-Collymore was shot as she was about to go into a taxi.

A total of nine shots were fired, the taxi driver, was also killed on the scene. Friends say, she moved out of the home they shared the day before because of Best-Collymore’s blatant cheating with multiple women.

Security cameras recorded the shooting and men were seen waiting on the arrival of Mrs. Campbell Collymore. Omar Best-Collymore is the main suspect.

Omar Best-Collymore was released without charges today and was said to have hired a lawyer.

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