The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office says 39-year-old Marc Czternastek (STER’-nah-stehk) of Lyncourt was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon for Monday’s attack on 43-year-old Kimberly Kyanka.
A judge Thursday denied bail for a West Side man who allegedly strangled his girlfriend, then posted a confession on Facebook, a day after he had been released from a hospital for a mental evaluation.
Police were alerted to the slaying of Vanessa Taylor, 49, after her son saw the Facebook posting and was unable to reach her, according to prosecutors.
“My girlfriend was part of the mob she came to kill me so I killed her,” the posting read.
Pinkney “Chip” Carter, now 60, was convicted of three counts of murder in 2005. The jury found he drove to his ex-girlfriend’s Arlington home and shot and killed the victims. Liz Reed, his ex-girlfriend, was 35; her boyfriend, Glenn Pafford, was 49; and her daughter, Courtney Smith, was 16.
The jury heard Begley had punched Mr Morrison, causing him to fall back and hit his head on a pillar.
Mr Morrison died three weeks later in Harrogate Hospital.
Terry Joe Sedlacek, now 33, has been hospitalized in state-run mental health facilities in the interim. He will remain confined for up to 85 years: 60 for the murder and 25 for using a gun, according to Madison County State’s Attorney Thomas D. Gibbons’ office.