Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Brooklyn woman was convicted Tuesday of killing her 28-year-old neighbor, dismembering the victim’s body and scattering the remains in Bay Shore and Hempstead last year.A Suffolk County jury found Leah Cuevas, 44, guilty of second-degree murder.Prosecutors said Cuevas killed Chinelle Latoya Thompson Browne, a Guyanese immigrant and mother of four, in the apartment building where the suspect and victim both had lived.The victim was reported missing July 5. Her torso and severed legs were found in a vacant lot on the corner of Maple Avenue and Gibson Street in Bay Shore on July 8. The victim’s head and arms were found days later scattered in Hempstead.Cuevas denied killing Browne and had told neighbors that the victim “walked off with a Jamaican man.”Judge John Toomey is scheduled to sentence Cuevas on Jan. 14. She faces up to 25 years in prison.
Ruan Pienarr and Paddy Jackson have been paired in the half backs for Ulsters encounter with Edinburgh at Kingspan stadium tomorrow.The Ireland women’s have had a mixed day at the Dubai sevens enjoying a 12-5 victory over USA before losing 17-7 to Canada.They play Fiji at twenty five to three. Jack Carty starts at out half while Captain John Muldoon becomes the first man to break the Guinness Pro 12 twenty cap mark.