Notre Dame employee charged with 2nd degree murder in Washington D.C.

A woman who is employed by the University of Notre Dame is charged with 2nd degree murder in connection with a domestic incident in Washington D.C.

Nijinsky Latassia Dix, 37, was arrested after police were called, on Saturday, Nov. 14, to an apartment on the report of gunshots. Inside, they found Terry Hickman, 44, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation led them to Dix, who was arrested the same day, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

Dix is the program director of TRiO at Notre Dame. TRio is a federal outreach and student services programs designed to ensure equal educational opportunity for all Americans.


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DAVID A KRIEGEL November 17, 2020 at 8:08 am

From Chicago news additional info “Detectives talked to an individual who said “the woman was stalking the decedent and that she was from out of state but somehow found out where he resided,” according to the court filings.

That person said Dix and Hickman had a three-month long relationship that ended in May.


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