WESTCHESTER, NY (The New York Post) – An illegal immigrant from Guatemala was charged on Monday in the 2015 bludgeoning death of a Westchester socialite whose playboy son helped break up Gov. Cuomo’s marriage.
Esdras Marroquin Gomez — who had worked as a day laborer at the sprawling estate owned by victim Lois Colley and her husband — was hauled into court two years after the grisly homicide.
Gomez, 32, was secretly indicted for second-degree murder last year, but the paperwork remained sealed until after he was arrested in Miami on Friday, Westchester District Attorney Anthony Scarpino said.
Scarpino said the slaying stemmed from a “dispute,” possibly over money, that erupted when Gomez visited Windswept Farm, Colley’s 300-acre spread overlooking the Titicus Reservoir in North Salem.
Scarpino said Gomez went to the hilltop mansion, “possibly to speak with someone else in the family,” but “confronted Lois” instead.
Gomez allegedly battered Colley, 83, with a fire extinguisher, the pin to which an investigator found lying next to her body in a mud room outside the kitchen.
The extinguisher was later discovered, with Colley’s DNA on it, wrapped in plastic at the bottom of a pond on …
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