The man wanted in the fatal shooting of a woman on Milwaukee’s northwest side and the abduction of their 2-year-old daughter was charged Tuesday with first-degree intentional homicide.
Dariaz L. Higgins, 34, is accused of killing Sierra M. Robinson, 24, and wounding another woman shortly after 1 p.m. Monday in the 6300 block of North 91st Street, according to a criminal complaint and Milwaukee police.
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Higgins, who is considered armed and dangerous, is also wanted for abducting his and Robinson’s 2-year-old daughter, Noelani Robinson, according to police, who asked the public to share photos of Noelani and Higgins on their social media networks.
An Amber Alert was issued Monday night for Noelani.
According to the criminal complaint:
The woman who was wounded in the shooting told police that Higgins is her and Robinson’s former pimp and the father of Noelani.
She said Robinson and Higgins stayed together after Robinson became pregnant but that Robinson broke off the relationship in February and moved to Las Vegas, leaving Noelani with Higgins.
Higgins was living in Miami when he agreed to meet Robinson in Milwaukee to return the child to her, and the two women met him Monday at North 22nd Street and West Fond du Lac Avenue.
The child was not with Higgins, and while driving around the three talked about old times and he and Robinson agreed that they should get back together, according to the woman, who said she noticed a small, assault-style firearm in the SUV they were riding in.
Higgins eventually drove to an apartment building at North 91st Street and West Mill Road where he said Noelani was.
But when the three got out of the SUV, Higgins shot the women multiple times, according to the complaint, which does not indicate from where Noelani was abducted.
Police said Higgins was seen driving a black or dark blue SUV, possibly a Nissan, and asked anyone with information to call them at (414) 935-7302.