Others In House When Girl Was Murdered, DA Alleges


DA: Others In House

When Girl Murdered

Tobias Rundstrom-Wooding
James R. Brower

NORWICH – Other people were present in the house while Jacelyn D. O’Connor, 11, was allegedly raped and smothered, according to Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride.

The names and ages of those present were not given during a hearing for Tobias Rundstrom-Wooding, 34, Norwich, where the DA charged him with murder in the first degree in O’Connor’s death and remanded without bail.The felony complaint lists him as “acting in concert with another in the course and commission of rape in the first degree.”

McBride also revealed that Rundstrom-Wooding was in a relationship with James R. Brower, 36, who was arrested Wednesday and charged with first degree murder in the death of O’Connor, who allegedly went into cardiac arrest while Brower was raping her. According to the DA, O’Connor, the half-sister of Brower’s two sons, was visiting the home at at 961 County Route 33 in Norwich.



2 thoughts on “Others In House When Girl Was Murdered, DA Alleges

  1. hannah briggs

    wow i show up at the hearing, now everyone knows about their relationship??? ooh joey u are so damn good

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