Syracuse Police Investigating Homicide At Skyline Apartments

Syracuse, N.Y. - Syracuse Police Chief Kenton Buckner announcing today a homicide at the Skyline Apartments.

Chief Buckner said an elderly woman was found dead inside her apartment when police went for a status check

Buckner said they have had several incidents at that location and events there have occupied many city resources.

He said the police have been working with the management to try and get things under control at that location. Buckner said progress has been slow and they are frustrated.

No word on the age of the elderly woman or her name.

Syracuse Police have no suspects.

Mayor Ben Walsh released a statement saying:

I am sickened by this senseless act of violence and I grieve for the victim and her loved ones. I know Chief Buckner and the Syracuse Police Department are doing everything they can to find and hold accountable whoever is responsible.

The management of Skyline Apartments has been the focus of increased enforcement for health, housing, and safety concerns in recent months. I’m angry over what the people who live there have been put through and are now experiencing. We will use every authority available to us to make the Skyline a safer place for its residents and our entire community.”

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