Two Strangulation Cases: Woman strangles her boyfriend to death/White Plains NY and a felony strangulation in Monticello
Posted Jun 16 2011 12:00am
Read below, Monticello man gets low bail for felony strangulation. $10,000 is low, especially when one only needs to pay 10% to be released.
Woman charged with strangling boyfriend to death
WHITE PLAINS – A Mount Vernon woman has been arraigned on felony charges in connection with the strangulation death of her boyfriend in her apartment on March 14.
Tywana Kerr, 28, of 30 South Bleeker Street in Mount Vernon has been charged with arguing with her boyfriend, Anthony Lowery that night, and during the course of the argument, choked him to death.
She waited until the next morning to call 911 to report it.
Kerr was arrested the day after the death and charged with manslaughter in the second degree and strangulation in the first degree.
If convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in state prison.
MONTICELLO – A Monticello man has been charged with felony strangulation in the second degree and other charges after he allegedly strangled a female acquaintance during a domestic dispute.
Village Police in Monticello also charged Eddie Javier Iparraguirre, 20, with misdemeanors for assault in the third degree and unlawful imprisonment in the second degree.
At 1:15 a.m. on Thursday, police were called to a reported domestic dispute in Room 303 at heritage Inn on Broadway. Iparraguirre had been involved in a dispute with a 20-year-old woman in which he choked her causing severe bruising to her neck and restricting her breathing. He also accused of holding her against her will in the room and preventing her from calling police on the phone.
Iparraguirre is in the Sullivan County jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.