North Salem Crime
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Saturday Jan 16 | via News9 Oklahoma City
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Monday Jan 11 | via The Mt Kisco Daily Voice
Angel Parra Penafiel is escorted into North Salem's local court. He is accused, along with a co-defendant, of stealing $30,000 worth of hay from Lois Colley's estate. Comment?
Thursday Jan 7 | via National Post
Investigators trying to solve the murder of a Westchester County socialite on her family's 300-acre horse farm have yet to unravel a killing that has captivated and mystified residents in one of the New York City region's most affluent and tranquil communities. On Sunday, two workers on the estate were arrested and accused of stealing about $30,000 worth of hay over nearly three years. Comment?
Jan 6, 2016 | via The Mt Kisco Daily Voice
NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- While investigators say they have no evidence connecting two alleged hay thieves with the November murder of North Salem socialite Lois Colley, the investigation has turned to what they may know, The New York Times reported Wednesday. State police arrested two workers on the Colley family's 300-acre Windswept Farm and accused them stealing $30,000 worth of hay and selling it, Daily Voice first reported Tuesday. Comment?
Jan 6, 2016 | via Milford Mirror
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Jan 6, 2016 | via New York Daily News
Two men have been charged with stealing hay from the farm of Lois Colley, who was found murdered to death in November. Police have charged two men who worked on a Westchester County socialite's sprawling horse farm with stealing from the wealthy woman found bludgeoned to death in November, according to a new report. Comment?
Jan 5, 2016 | via Patch.com
Two 33-year-old men who worked at Windswept Farm, owned by Eugene Colley and the late Lois Colley, have been charged with stealing more than $30,000 worth of hay from the estate, according to state police. The theft was discovered during the investigation into the killing of Lois Colley, 83 , who was bludgeoned to death in her home in November. Comment?
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