DAILYKENN.com -- A 17-year-old black female allegedly strangled a 92-year-old white man to death in 1983.
That female is now 50-years-old and is facing second degree murder charges in the crime that occurred over thirty years ago. Saundra Adams and an unknown accomplice allegedly broke into the home of the elderly Edmund Schreiber where he was strangled to death.
The crime occurred in Buffalo, New York.
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A Buffalo woman has been charged with two counts of second degree murder in a cold murder case more than three decades old.
According to Erie County District Attorney Michael Flaherty, 50-year-old Saundra Adams and an unknown accomplice allegedly broke into a home on Hastings Avenue in Buffalo on June 23, 1983, when Adams was 17-years-old.
"Mr. Schreiber survived WWI, but he did not survive those who during the night of June 23, 1983, invaded his home and took his life," Flaherty said.
Adams and the accomplice allegedly strangled 92-year-old Edmund Schreiber, a World War I veteran awarded a Purple Heart for injuries suffered in battle, with his own necktie. The DA's Office says DNA evidence received from the lab two weeks ago from the necktie and a dresser tied Adams to the crime.
DNA evidence just came back from the lab 2 weeks ago, prosecutors say @WKBW pic.twitter.com/NKsvKF33Mx— Hannah Buehler (@HannahBuehler) September 7, 2016
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