The sister of New York Knicks player Reggie Bullock was murdered in northwest Baltimore, according to local reports.
Kiosha Moore, 22, was shot in the chest in the 5200 block of Fairlawn Avenue at around 7:48 p.m Monday, said police. FOX 45 Baltimore reported Moore arrived to Sinai Hospital via a private vehicle, where she succumbed to her injuries. She was the mother of a young son.
Loved ones memorialized Moore in a series of Facebook posts.
“To lose someone like you Kiosha, is devastating, you were one of my babies too, I’m gonna miss you so much, to my sister Danielle Long, baby I am always here for you and all my other babies,” aunt Kimberly Hill wrote.


Felecia Gooding added, “R.I.P little cuzo u will be truly miss by everyone even tho we might not have talk everyday or seen each other everyday no matter what we never missed a beat by telling each other we love one another fly high fam love u always.”

Moore’s death is the second tragedy to hit Bullock in five years.
His transgender sister Mia Henderson, who was born Kevin Long, was found dead in an alley in northwest Baltimore in July 2014. Police arrested Shawn Oliver for Henderson’s murder.
In 2016, Bullock said of his sister: “She lived as herself, she taught me how to be (myself). She taught me how to take care of the family… She was happy with being who she was. She wasn’t worried about how others felt about her. A person that can isolate the whole world out and not care about other people’s feelings is a strong person, to me. That was one of the biggest things that I got from her.”
Investigators are still seeking a suspect in Moore’s murder.
Anyone with information is asked to call Baltimore City police at (410) 396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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