Funeral Sunday for Northmont student shot and killed

Kareena Broski, 18, was pronounced dead early Monday from a gunshot wound after her body was found in a parking lot at Englewood apartment complex where she lived with her mother. Police believe Broski was shot elsewhere. SUBMITTED
Kareena Broski, 18, was pronounced dead early Monday from a gunshot wound after her body was found in a parking lot at Englewood apartment complex where she lived with her mother. Police believe Broski was shot elsewhere. SUBMITTED

A funeral is set for Sunday to remember a Northmont High School senior who was shot and killed this week.

Services for Kareena Broski, 18, a student at Miami Valley Career Technology Center, will take place this weekend at Kindred Funeral Home in Englewood. A visitation will begin at 1 p.m., and the funeral will begin at 3 p.m.

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An obituary for Broski says she was a “beautiful young woman who loved doing make-up, nails, hair and was a true diva.”

“She liked working on cars, wearing glittery clothes, listening to music, telling you how it is and dancing the night away. Even though Kareena despised getting up in the morning, she was an honor roll student and played select soccer and basketball,” her obituary says.

The obituary says she is survived by family and friends. Many had taken to the funeral home website’s page for Broski to express their condolences.

Englewood Police began their investigation around 12:20 a.m. Monday when a caller dialed 911 to report an unresponsive woman in the parking lot of the Cedargate Apartments.

Englewood Police Sgt. Mike Lang said police determined Broski was a resident of the apartment complex, but investigators think she was shot somewhere else and by someone known to her.

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Lang said Englewood police continue to investigate.

“We are continuing to chase leads and have been busy piecing together Kareena’s last hours, including all of the digital footprints she has left behind,” Lang said.