A day laborer accused of bludgeoning Lois Colley to death in her North Salem home had been hurt working at the estate months earlier and was trying to get compensation for the injury, The Journal News/lohud has learned. That was the dispute authorities believe led Esdras Marroquin Gomez to return to Colley's Titicus Road home on Nov. 9, 2015. They suspect he was looking for one of Colley's relatives but attacked her when she confronted him for being in the home.
Esdras Marroquin Gomez, the day laborer accused of killing North Salem socialite Lois Colley two years ago, was back in court today to get a new lawyer. The brief appearance lasted less than five minutes before Westchester County Judge Barbara Zambelli, who arraigned Gomez a day earlier. ARREST: Gomez charged with murder in slaying of Lois ColleyOn Monday, the indictment charging Gomez, 32, with second-degree murder was unsealed. He was assigned a lawyer, who entered a not guilty plea for him.
After Lois Colley was bludgeoned to death in her North Salem home, state police investigators had plenty of people to interview. There were Colley's husbands and sons, friends from her social circles, andworkers at the family's 300-acre estate, Windswept Farm. COLLEY: Suspect in slaying had dispute with victim's relativeBut by the time they learned about Esdras Marroquin Gomez, an occasional day laborer there who had a dispute with one of the Colleys, it was too late to speak with him.
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