Monday marks 5 years since conviction in Novack murder

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RYE BROOK -

Monday marks five years since a conviction was handed down in one of the most explosive murder trials in Westchester's history. 

The body of Ben Novack Jr., heir to Miami's famed Fountainblea Hotel fortune, was discovered at the Rye Town Hilton back in 2009. He had been pummeled to death will dumbbells and his eyes were slashed out.

The murder mystery rocked the community of Rye Brook. After an investigation that spanned the entire eastern seaboard, Novack's wife Narcy was arrested for hiring hit men to kill her husband so she could inherit his millions. 

But instead of getting his fortune, Narcy Novack was convicted in her husband's death five years ago.

News 12's Tara Rosenblum recently sat down with some of the jurors in the case. Watch News 12 on Monday for the full story.

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