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Two people charged in Queensbury homicide

WNYT Staff
Updated: May 24, 2019 10:44 PM
Created: May 24, 2019 11:00 AM

QUEENSBURY - Two people were charged Friday night in connection with Friday morning’s homicide of Christopher Goss. 

A Glens Falls man, Jesse Breault, is charged with murder and his girlfriend, Ashley Bell, is charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution.  

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A law enforcement source says it appears the dispute started between the girlfriends of the two men and ended with Goss dead on the lawn in front of 72 Meadow Lane. 

The arraignment will take place Saturday morning, in Queensbury town Court.

Warren County Sheriff Bud York and leadership of the ?@nyspolice? discuss the body found on Meadow Lane in Queensbury this morning. “The public has no reason to be alarmed,” says York. ?@WNYT? pic.twitter.com/2Bxi9l9Gfq

— Mark Mulholland (@MulhollandWNYT) May 24, 2019

Forensics investigators from the ?@nyspolice? on scene of Meadow Lane home where body was found early this morning. ?@WNYT? pic.twitter.com/WkpY3OqZKC

— Mark Mulholland (@MulhollandWNYT) May 24, 2019

The white tent on the front lawn of 72 Meadow Lane in Queensbury covers the body of man who was found dead there this morning. ?@WNYT? pic.twitter.com/LrhO1pqjVU

— Mark Mulholland (@MulhollandWNYT) May 24, 2019

Warren County Sheriff’s Officers on scene of apparent homicide. Body found early this morning on Meadow Lane in Queensbury. ?@WNYT? pic.twitter.com/nY8anrUNag

— Mark Mulholland (@MulhollandWNYT) May 24, 2019


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