A third woman admitted her part Thursday in the killing of an activist from Rockland County – leaving only the victim’s daughter-in-law in Florida fighting charges.
Diana Nadell, of Cutler Bay, Fla., was arraigned Wednesday in Clarkstown Justice Court.
Tanisha Joyner reportedly cried as she was arraigned in Clarkstown Justice Court Tuesday night on felony conspiracy charges.
A court document Thursday said money was the motive in the slaying of a popular Rockland County widow and grandmother whose daughter has been charged with her murder.
Clarkstown Police announced the arrest of her 50-year-old daughter-in-law Diana Nadell, of Cutler Bay, Fla., Wednesday.
Investigators say Peggy Nadell’s daughter has hired a lawyer and is no longer cooperating in the investigation.
Clarkstown police said in a statement Wednesday that there was no sign of forced entry at the Valley Cottage home of Peggy Nadell.
There is still no suspect in the Valley Cottage murder. On Monday, detectives went over the snow covered yards surrounding the crime scene looking for anything that might indicate who fatally stabbed Peggy Nadell and why.
Peggy Nadell was stabbed in her Valley Cottage home sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning, CBS 2 reported.
Peggy Nadell, 81, was found fatally stabbed in her Valley Cottage home Saturday morning.
Meaghan White, 34, allegedly had two sexual encounters with a 16-year-old boy in her car at Wilson’s Woods Park in Mount Vernon, Westchester Police said.
A man with a history of mental illness who killed his neighbor in 2009 was sentenced to 22 years to life in Rockland County Court on Friday.
Since being discharged in December 2007, former Marine Cpl. Megan Leavey has been fighting to adopt Rex, a 10-year-old German Shepherd she served two tours in Iraq with.
Anna D’Souza, who we first told you about in an installment of Stories from Main Street, has filled her living room with food and supplies for troops overseas, without spending much money of all.
One woman in Rockland County is making a big difference by getting out a pair of scissors.