Maha Tiimob Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, a guy from Troy who turned himself in to police officers on Tuesday morning at the same apartment where they found a lady suffering from multiple gunshot wounds was charged with first-degree murder. The man had turned himself in to the officers at the same apartment where they found the victim. Michael S. Perham, 52, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Maha Tiimob, 25, according to a press announcement that was issued by the Office of the State’s Attorney for Madison County.
Maha Tiimob was 25 years old when she was killed. According to the statement that was released to the press, “Perham and Tiimob had been involved in a dating relationship.” The incident was described as a “domestic disturbance shooting that resulted in death” in a press statement that was distributed by the Troy police department. The shooting has been investigated, but no explanation has been provided. Perham was still being held in the Madison County Jail as of Wednesday afternoon, in spite of a bail value of one million dollars. According to a statement released by Chief Chris Wasser of the Troy Police Department, officers were sent to an apartment complex situated at 2146 Tramore in order to investigate an allegation of a gunshot.
The statement was published after officers were alerted to the location. Just as the police officers came, there was a man who was spotted standing at the door of the apartment building with his hands up over his head. When the cops arrived at the scene, they found a female victim who was unresponsive and had multiple gunshot wounds. According to the statement that was made public, the police officers and emergency medical personnel who came to the scene sought to save her life; nevertheless, their attempts were fruitless, and she was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.