Hispanic Man Beat His Wife To Death At A Bus Stop And His Daughter Asked The Judge


“I hope you rot in prison. I hate you so much, ”Elizabeth Aponte told her father Julio Aponte (65) during his sentencing hearing in the Manhattan Supreme Court, after pleading guilty to killing his wife by beating him at a bus stop in 2021 .

At the time of brutal homicide, which occurred on the morning of June 14, 2021 in Washington Heights, the Dominican Aponte was a traffic officer for the New York police. Wednesday was sentenced to between 20 years and life in prison behind bars, while her daughter cried in the living room, reviewed New York Post.

Aponte had pleaded guilty in June on a second degree murder charge. He Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said in a statement this week that the life of Mary Kelly (49) she was taken away “too soon. Julio Aponte faces significant liability for this horrific and horrific attack. I hope this sentence brings a sense of relief, comfort and justice to Ms. Kelly’s family, friends and loved ones.”

put originally thought he had killed his wife and fled on a motorcycle, said police sources. At first she survived the attack, but died after spending four days in hospital with serious head injuries at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.

Shortly after the beating in the middle of the street at Fort Washington Avenue and West 163rd St. Aponte called 911 claiming that he had murdered his spouse because she had “cheated” him. But several witnesses to the incident had already called to report the brutal attack and the victim was already en route to the hospital with a severe head injury.

The victim went to that bus stop every day to go to work, according to the report. The crowbar used to hit her was recovered wrapped in plastic. later in the place, along with Aponte’s backpack.

Crimes of passion among Hispanics are a constant tragedy in New York and New Jersey. In April Carmelo Mendoza pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing his wife Yaquelin Collado during an argument as the woman’s daughter watched helplessly in her Jackson Heights apartment, queens (NYC) in 2020.

In February César Santana was accused of killing his ex-partner Luz Hernández, a Dominican kindergarten teacher in Jersey City. whose body was found in a shallow grave.

In September 2020 A Dominican Uber driver was stabbed to death by her husband in Queens The same fatal fate had in that county in August 2019 the also Dominican Carmen Iris Santiago attacked by her estranged ex-con husband at the nail salon where she worked.

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