Man Accused Of Burning Woman Alive In Brooklyn Elevator Indicted For Murder

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Jerome Isaac, the man who is accused of burning a 73-year-old woman to death in an elevator of her Brooklyn apartment building, has been indicted on murder charges.

Isaac is accused of dousing Delores Gillespie with gasoline and setting her on fire in a dispute over money.

Police said Isaac later turned himself in and confessed to the crime. He allegedly reeked of gasoline when he surrendered.

Isaac, 47, was ordered held without bail. Isaac’s attorney asked the court to keep him in solitary confinement, and also to receive medical attention for extensive burns on the left side of his face.

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  1. crazyone says:

    this guy is a luny. Why did she hire him anyways? I want to see the video!

  2. My Idea says:

    They should just let the side of his face fall off.

  3. Danny says:

    Put him in Gen Pop. No protective custody. His victim didn’t have protection.

    1. Staten Island Guy says:

      You do that to Buckwheat, and Spanky and Alfalfa will kick yo a$$…….

      1. tj says:

        bring it on PUNK

  4. Wanda Pierce says:

    No medical treatment for this animal. let him suffer with those burns. You reap what you sow.

  5. Peter says:

    no trial needed one bullet to the head would be fine !!!

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