Tanisha Joyner, 1 of 4 women charged in death of Peggy Nadell, pleads guilty to hindering prosecution

One of the four women charged in connection with the death of Rockland political activist Peggy Nadell has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.



Tanisha Joyner has admitted to hindering prosecution. She was initially charged with conspiracy and accused of providing an alibi for Diana Nadell, the alleged mastermind of the killing. Nadell is the victim's daughter-in-law.



Peggy Nadell was found murdered in her Valley Cottage home in January.



Police say she was murdered for her money.


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