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Briarwood Man Fatally Stabs Girlfriend in His 85th Road Apartment: NYPD

Peter Ikonomou allegedly stabbed to death his girlfriend in his 141-13 85 Rd apartment in Briarwood Tuesday (Photo: GMaps)

Dec. 8, 2021 By Christian Murray

A Forest Hills woman was stabbed to death during a dispute with her boyfriend in Briarwood Tuesday, according to police.

Mindy Singer, 35, who lived on the Grand Central Parkway service road, was stabbed multiple times by her boyfriend in his 141-13 85th Road apartment in Briarwood yesterday, according to police.

Officers from the 107th precinct were called to his apartment at around 1:40 p.m. where they found her deceased at the scene. According to reports, Singer had multiple stab wounds to the body and had a sword lodged into her buttocks.

Peter Ikonomou, 37, was arrested last night and charged with murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

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So sad when a person takes a Human life i dont care how mad u are u should never take a life all life human or animal belong to god sad.

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