Police arrested a suspect this week within the homicide of a lady discovered burned to dying inside a Brooklyn house greater than two months in the past.
Lashawn Duffie, 28, was charged with homicide and kidnapping Tuesday in connection to the heinous Nov. 11 slaying of 40-year-old Sugerys Ramirez – with whom he was in an unspecified home relationship, authorities stated.
Ramirez was found unconscious inside a second-floor house in a constructing on Van Siclen Avenue close to Fulton Avenue in Cypress Hills following an early-morning blaze, cops stated.
Duffie is accused of tying her up and setting her on hearth, burning her alive, authorities stated.
Lashawn Duffie, 28, is accused of tying up 40-year-old Sugerys Ramirez and burning her alive, cops stated.Seth Gottfried for NY Put up
She was pronounced useless by EMS staff.
A dying certificates for Ramirez, launched by town’s Workplace of the Chief Medical Examiner, revealed that Ramirez died of “homicidal violence, together with thermal accidents,” police stated Wednesday.
Police have described her as a squatter.
One other particular person suffered minor accidents within the blaze however refused medical consideration, the FDNY stated.
A dozen items, with 60 hearth and EMS personnel, had responded to the inferno.
Duffie’s arraignment in Brooklyn Legal Court docket was pending Wednesday.