Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The husband of a 52-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly killing her in the East Meadow home they shared last month, Nassau County police said.Hector Bejarano was charged with second-degree murder. Investigators said the 53-year-old man killed his wife, Mirian Bejarano, who died of blunt force trauma, in the couple’s Prospect Avenue home.“There was evidence collected in the home yesterday that also solidified the arrest and the charge,” Homicide Squad Det. Sgt. Jim Skopek told reporters Thursday during a news conference at police headquarters in Mineola.Police began investigating after the victim was found dead at 4 p.m. April 28. Investigators said they have recovered what they believe to be the murder weapon, but would not identify it. Skopek declined to discuss the suspect’s alleged motive.Investigators had initially been tight-lipped about the case, only saying that the woman was not a victim of random violence.Judge James Darcy ordered the husband held without bail. He is due back in court May 18.
Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi will leave Accra on Friday to supervise the Sierra Leone Football Association elections on Saturday.Clubs in the West African country decided to boycott the top-flight league over the decision to ban three candidates from contesting.The decision to boycott the league and election was taken by 10 out of 14 clubs, irked by the removal of three candidates from the running of the presidency.This leaves only Isha Johansen as the sole candidate who will be elected unopposed as she is set to become the first female Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) head.Nyantakyi was appointed by CAF on Monday to preside over the election but his task has been made difficult by the boycott following the to exclusion of the trio.The Ghana FA’s boss diplomatic skill must be on display if sanity is to be brought to the administration of the game in Sierra Leone. This was after FIFA appointed normalization committee ruled out Former Sierra Leone Premier League chairman Rodney Michael, former Leone Star Mohamed Kallon, and Foday Turay from contesting.