Hundreds gather at funeral for family killed in Newburgh home invasion

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Family and friends gathered Friday to say one last goodbye to the family that was brutally killed in a Newburgh home invasion.

Jimmy Crisantos, 27, his wife Shatavia, 26, and her son, 9-year-old Giovanni Tambino were shot and killed in their home on Route 300 last month.

The couple's 3-year-old child was also shot multiple times but survived. Another 10-year-old child in the home was not hurt.

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Police later arrested 30-year-old Kaliek Goode-Ford, of Newburgh, and said they believed he was the only shooter.

Investigators say Goode-Ford and the victims knew each other, but police have not confirmed what type of relationship they have or a possible motive for the shootings.

Goode-Ford pleaded not guilty to three counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.

While police continue to investigate the family's deaths, friends and loved ones are left with memories.

"I'm going to miss him, you know what I mean? I'm going to really miss him," says friend Carlos Csoke.

The family members will be buried together at the Calvary Cemetery in New Windsor.

Officials tell News 12 that Goode-Ford is expected to be arraigned sometime next week.

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