Neighbors shocked over Port Chester crime of passion

Residents in Port Chester and Mount Kisco expressed shock Tuesday over an apparent crime of passion that left a man dead.

According to police, 60-year-old Maureen Jackson ran over her boyfriend in a fit of rage Sunday. Jeffrey Schribman, 39, died of his injuries. Jackson worked at Hope House in Port Chester, which helps people with mental illness. Scribman was a former client of Jackson's and the two had a relationship for five years until they broke up about six months ago. Residents in the village say Jackson showed bad judgment by dating someone involved in the program.

Neighbors in Mount Kisco, where Jackson lived, say she was suffering from a manic depressive illness and had been in and out of hospitals. They say Schribman was living with her because he had no other place to go. Police say the former lovers had a fight and Schribman tried to stop her from leaving. Police say Jackson ran over Schribman with her car and killed him. Jackson is charged with manslaughter and remains at Westchester County Jail without bail.

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