Jose Martinez

Murder Charges Dropped In Washington Heights Cold CaseThe murder of restaurant owner Jose Martinez in Washington Heights is 1986 was a cold case that went unsolved until the victim's daughter, using the internet, tracked down the confessed killer.
Family Of Slain FIT Student Faces Alleged Killer In CourtJose Martinez was arraigned on a 15-count indictment that includes charges of murder, kidnapping, predatory sexual assault and criminal sex act.
Homeless Man Arrested In 2009 Killing Of Fashion StudentA homeless man has been charged with the July 2009 murder of a 23-year-old student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, police said.
Suspect Indicted In 1986 Murder Of Inwood RestaurateurA suspect was formally indicted Monday in the murder of an Upper Manhattan restaurant owner more than a quarter century ago.
Accused Killer Back In New York Following Online ManhuntJusto Santos arrived in the City on Friday night in handcuffs, he was tracked down by the victim's daughter.
Woman Uses Internet To Find Father's Accused Killer 27 Years After MurderA woman is credited with tracking down her father's accused killer online -- nearly three decades after his murder.
Former Dean Of New Rochelle School Pleads Guilty To Sex Act With BoyThe former dean of a New York middle school has pleaded guilty to a criminal sex act with a 14-year-old boy.
The Week In Review: Taylor Sentenced, Bus Driver Speaks & Winter FlashbackThis week in the Tri-State area, we saw the continuing fallout from the Bronx bus crash that left 15 people dead, witnessed an unprecedented prosecution of ACS workers and received another visit from an unwelcome guest -- old man winter.
Westchester Assistant Principal Faces Sex Assault ChargeJose Martinez, 38, was arrested Thursday at his Brentwood home for what police describe as an ongoing pattern of sexual conduct with a male student, who was 14 at the time.
Police: Man Shoots Self, Ex-Girlfriend's BeauThe pair argued before Martinez took out a handgun and fired two shots at Paredez. Humphrey said one bullet hit Paredez in the head while the other went through his hand and into his torso.