According to authorities, a man beat and choked to death his coworker in an Oneida residence on Friday morning as he lay motionless on the floor.
At 6:56 a.m., officers were dispatched to the residence on Genesee Street, where they discovered the man assaulting his colleague, according to a news release from the Oneida police. They reported that officers promptly apprehended the man and placed him in detention.
Naronn Harvey, 29, of Utica, allegedly became combative while visiting a colleague, according to the police. They reported that although another colleague and family members attempted to intervene, Harvey continued to assault them as well. The victim was transported from a nearby hospital to a Syracuse hospital due to their severe injuries, according to the police.
Harvey faced charges of:
- Second-degree attempted murder
- First-degree strangulation
- Second-degree assault
- Third-degree assault
- Prohibiting the well-being of a minor
At his arraignment in Oneida City Court, he was remanded to the Madison County Jail on $500,000 cash bail or $1,000,000 surety, according to the police.
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