Jury convicts cross-dressing killer Ronnell Jones

Prosecutors say Jones wore a wig and women's

Prosecutors say Jones wore a wig and women's clothing to help elude police.

A jury in White Plains convicted a cross-dressing killer from Yonkers today.

Ronnell Jones was on trial for a deadly double-shooting in Yonkers. Jones was convicted on charges of second-degree murder and second-degree attempted murder.

Police say Jones and two others opened fire inside an apartment at the Cromwell Towers on Locust Hill Avenue in 2010, killing Kasheem Little, a notorious...

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