LaShonda Moye's Presumed Killer Committed Suicide, Cops Say

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The killer of LaShonda Moye -- the boyfriend with whom she was found in her bathtub -- has been found dead of a suicide, Houston police say.

Nathan Miller, 39, was found with Moye by police responding to a 911 home-invasion call June 4.

When they arrived at the address in the 10200 block of Cherry Limb Drive, they found Moye and Miller in the bathtub. Moye later died and an autopsy showed she was strangled. Miller was treated for some injuries and released.

Police targeted him as a suspect in the case. He went on the run, and yesterday he was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the house where he'd been hiding, in the 5900 block of Beldart.

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