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Woman Found Dead in Astoria Home Wednesday: NYPD

23-81 32 Street (Google Maps)

June 11, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

The police are investigating the death of a 49-year-old woman who was found dead inside her Astoria home last night.

The woman was discovered after police received a 911 call at around 9:10 p.m. that there was an elderly man with mental problems inside 23-81 32 St.

Police found the woman’s body after having a confrontation with an 80-year-old man, who was the victim’s father. Police said the man was in need of medical attention.

The police do not suspect any foul play in terms of the death of the woman. They believe the woman may have had a medical episode and her father did not have the mental capacity to help.

Cops said the elderly man appeared to be a hoarder.

The cause of the woman’s death is unknown and the Medical Examiner will ultimately make the determination, police said

The woman’s name has yet to be released.

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I know the house. Horrendous conditions. How anyone could be living in there is a wonder in itself

Tell us more about your hurt feelings

Good news for you then. One of them isn’t living there anymore.


Someone died though, maybe think next time, whether your comment would help this tragic situation, before adding it.


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