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Norwich News

Mark P. Pylinski, 60; ECS Grad Traveled World In Air Force

IN MEMORIAM: Mark P. Pylinski, 60;

ECS Grad Traveled World In Air Force

Mark Pylinski

EDMESTON – Edmeston Central graduate Mark P. Pylinski, 60, who rose to master sergeant and traveled the world in an Air Force career, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday December 4, 2019 at his home in Norwich.

Mark was born on March 6, 1959 in Holyoke, Mass., the son of the late Peter and Ruth Sweet Pylinski Thompson.

Accused Killers Plead ‘Not Guilty’ in Chenango County Court

Accused Killers Plead Not Guilty

In Chenango County Courtroom

Represented by Public Defender John Cameron, James Brower entered a “not guilty” plea in Chenango County Court this morning. (Pool Photo by Tyler Murphy/Evening Sun)
Tobias Rundstrom-Wooding also entered a not guilty plea.

NORWICH – James Brower and Tobias Rundstrom-Wooding, both accused of murdering 11-year old Jacelyn O’Connor, each entered “not guilty” pleas during their arraignments in Chenango County Court, according to WKTV.

The two, who are a couple, allegedly smothered Jacelyn to death in the act of raping her in their home during the early morning hours of July 30. They were indicted in Chenango County Court last week.

Others In House When Girl Was Murdered, DA Alleges

SUSPECTS COUPLE, WKTV REPORTS

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.”

11-Year-Old Morris Girl Murdered, Police Say

11-Year-Old Morris Girl

Murdered, Police Say

NORWICH – State Police are investigating the murder of an 11-year-old Morris girl at a home in Norwich.

Jacelyn D. O’Connor, Morris, was found dead after state police responded to a report that a girl had suffered a heart attack at a home at 961 County Route 33, Town of Norwich.  Further investigation determined O’Connor was the victim of a homicide, according to the Troop C press release.

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