A Brooklyn woman has been convicted by a jury in Long Island, New York for the gruesome murder of a Guyanese woman whose body was dismembered and scattered in various parts of Long Island.
The incident took place back in July, 2014.
The jury convicted the Brooklyn woman, Leah Cuevas of second-degree murder in the death and dismemberment of Guyanese, Chinelle Latoya Thompson Browne.
The two women had reportedly gotten into an argument and Browne was badly stabbed then her body cut up and removed from the Brooklyn apartment and dumped in Long Island.
At the time, neighbours recalled hearing loud screams but said the two women usually got into confrontations. Cuevas was the landlord for the apartment where Browne lived. It is believed that the argument may have been triggered by a row over US$200.
Chinelle Brownew as identified by the tattoos on parts of her body.
The convicted murderer faces sentencing soon.
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