Fourth suspect in NY slaying of hotel heir surrenders
(AP) - The fourth suspect in the killing of a Florida hotel heir in a New York hotel has turned himself in to the FBI.
FBI spokeswoman Judy Orihuela says 25-year-old Joel Gonzalez came forward Friday in Miami, with an initial court appearance set for Monday. It wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney.
Prosecutors say Gonzalez took part in the killing last July of 53-year-old Ben Novack Jr. at the Hilton Rye Town in Rye Brook. Novack was heir to the founder of Miami Beach's famed Fontainebleu Hotel.
Also charged in the alleged plot are Novack's widow, Narcy Novack, and two other men. Prosecutors say Narcy Novack feared she would be cut out of her husband's will and estate. The estate is estimated at $10 million.
Narcy Novack and the others have denied wrongdoing.
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