Yonkers security guard accused of fatal stabbing appears in court

The Yonkers security guard accused of fatally stabbing a man he was trying to throw out of an apartment building appeared in court Monday.Lloyd Henry, a security guard at the Cromwell Towers, is accused

News 12 Staff

Apr 25, 2006, 12:20 PM

Updated 6,573 days ago

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Yonkers security guard accused of fatal stabbing appears in court
The Yonkers security guard accused of fatally stabbing a man he was trying to throw out of an apartment building appeared in court Monday.Lloyd Henry, a security guard at the Cromwell Towers, is accused of stabbing William Coleman to death. Pastor Curtis Pert says he spoke with the defendant in jail and that Henry was crying over the deadly confrontation. Pert says Henry told him a group of men were smoking and drinking in a hallway two weeks ago and when he tried to remove them from the Locust Hill Avenue building things turned violent. The victim's father, however, calls the killing premeditated. He claims the defendant fought with his son three times that night and finally stabbed him twice. The judge set Henry?s bail at $100,000.


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