Yonkers man pleads guilty for role in 2012 murder of Bronx woman

As a part of his plea agreement, John Torres was promised a sentence of six months of shock probation at the Westchester County Jail when he is sentenced in April.

News 12 Staff

Jan 6, 2023, 10:23 PM

Updated 507 days ago

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A Yonkers man has pleaded guilty for his role in the 2012 murder of a Bronx woman.
John Torres, 30, and Wanda Veguilla, 41, of the Bronx, were indicted in the murder of Pamela Graddick.
Veguilla allegedly shot Graddick - her girlfriend - in the apartment they shared.
Authorities say Veguilla and Torres then dumped the body in a wooded area in Yonkers.
As a part of his plea agreement, Torres was promised a sentence of six months of shock probation at the Westchester County Jail when he is sentenced in April.



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