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Brother Charged with Killing Sister with Frying Pan in NY home – Latest NY Domestic Violence Incidents Revealed

John N. Marvin II was charged on suspicion of killing his sister by hitting her several times with a frying pan as she sat next to their father at a home in Erwin, Steuben County, New York.

According to the New York State Police (NYSP), local authorities responded to a 911 call about a home invasion on Tuesday afternoon and upon arrival found a woman with serious injuries. The victim was airlifted to Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre where he died the next day. the station reported WENY News.

Yesterday, at a press conference, NYSP identified the deceased as Heather L. Moran, 60who At the time of the attack he was visiting his elderly father at his brother’s house.

“The investigation revealed that on February 20, Heather Moran arrived at [la casa en Victory Highway] to help his brother John M. Marvin II care for their 81-year-old father. While his father and [Moran] They were sitting at the table, John Marvin II “He hit his sister on the head with a cast iron skillet several times.”said Capt. Kevin Sucher of NYSP.

Police detailed that when his father got up from his wheelchair to intervene, he fell to the ground, but was unharmed. According to NYSP, the same suspect reported the crime.

“John Marvin II called 911 and reported the incident. He was located at the residence, waiting outside for officers to respond, and He was arrested without further incident.“added Captain Sucher.

Marvin II, 59, has no criminal record and is currently being held in the Steuben County Jail without bond. State police did not provide any details about what led up to the attack.

All charges are mere accusations and those charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

Domestic violence is common in New York City and surrounding areas, between relatives, roommates and partners, even with minor victims. Every day in NYC, an average of about 747 incidents of domestic violence, including assaults, abuse, verbal abuse, and about 65 homicides annually.

Last weekend, a young 43-year-old Hispanic grandmother was shot to death by her partner, who then committed suicide in the victim’s apartment in Brooklyn (NYC). Earlier this month a 40-year-old mother was killed and her two children were injured after a gunman opened fire on the family inside an apartment in The Bronx (NYC).

Last month a man was arrested a day after his mother’s funeral on suspicion of strangling her in her home in Staten Island (NYC). Also in January, a man and woman were found dead with gunshot wounds to the head in an apartment in Brooklyn (NYC) in an apparent murder-suicide. Days before, a Hispanic woman killed her daughters and her husband and then took her own life inside her home in Union (NJ) after receiving an eviction order, authorities reported.

Earlier this year, a man was arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing his wife while their teenage son was at home in Long Island (NY). Also in January, a 73-year-old man who suffers from mental illness was burned by a violent neighbor to whom he owed $100, a debt she had already paid him, according to her sister.

In another similar case, a man was arrested on suspicion of killing his 61-year-old father hours before Christmas Eve in New Jersey. Anthony Jones was also accused of killing his 83-year-old grandmother on Christmas Day in Bristol, Connecticut.

If you are a victim or suspect that someone is being abused, especially if it is a minor or elderly:

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2024-02-23 19:52:17
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