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Crime NYPD: Queens tenant accused of killing landlord claimed he hit him with mattress

20:50  14 january  2020
20:50  14 january  2020 Source:   abc7ny.com

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He paid the victim money for rent "and was told by the victim that his rent was being increased by ," and Tilley said this upset him , according to the Initially, Tilley gave investigators a description of his activities -- and did not mention any altercation with the landlord . When a detective stated that Tilley

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Police say 22-year-old Alex Garces pushed 71-year-old Edgar Moncayo down the front stairs of his building on 102nd Street in Corona just after 2 p.m. Saturday during a dispute over unpaid rent.

Ring video caught the encounter on camera, with Moncayo found at the bottom of a staircase unconscious and bleeding from the head.

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He paid the victim money for rent "and was told by the victim that his rent was being increased by ," and Tilley said this upset him , according to the Initially, Tilley gave investigators a description of his activities -- and did not mention any altercation with the landlord . When a detective stated that Tilley

He was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in critical condition and was later pronounced dead.

In court, it was revealed that Garces initially told police he was moving a mattress and accidentally knocked the landlord down the stairs.

Moncayo lived with his wife in the basement of his home and rented out the floors above. Authorities say Garces had missed at least a month's rent payment and was threatening to leave without paying.

"The guy pushed my dad so furiously that my dad flew from front door to the concrete of the sidewalk," Moncayo's daughter Cristina Moncayo said.

Moncayo's grandson said his grandfather had even reduced the rent from $400 to $200 a month.

Moncayo and his wife are described as a gentle couple from Ecuador with three daughters and several grandchildren.

The victim's daughter said her family is donating his organs as he would have wished.

Garces is charged with manslaughter.

Bail was set at $25,000 cash.

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