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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Several Charged With Murder Of Wellsville NY Man Whos Body Was Found In The Genesee River

 NY State Police Press Release

On March 23, 2020 the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) out of SP Amity with the assistance of Wellsville Police Department arrested Dylan L. Coomer, 26, Brandon J. Poehmel, 21, Lawrence C. Haxton III, 34, Howard M. Burroughs, 41 and a 16-year-old juvenile all of Wellsville, NY for Murder 2nd degree (A Felony) and Manslaughter 1st degree (B Felony). Richelle L. Kyser, 28 of Wellsville, NY was arrested for Tampering with Physical Evidence (E Felony).

On March 24, 2020 The BCI arrested Kristopher Delill, 38 for Murder 2nd degree (A Felony) and Manslaughter 1st degree (B Felony) and a 17-year-old juvenile for Assault 3rd degree.

On March 22, 2020 at 10:19 A.M., Troopers out of SP Amity responded to a found human body off the shore of the Genesee River by Jack Bridge Road in the town of Willing. The body was wrapped in a sheet and plastic garbage bags. The NYSP Forensic Identification Unit (FIU) and the BCI responded to process the crime scene. The Underwater Recovery Unit checked the Genesee River for further evidence. A fingerprint FIU analyzed, tattoos and the Monroe County Medical Examiner’s Office information as Nicholas A. Burdge, 23 of Wellsville, NY, identified the deceased.

Further investigation by the BCI including area interviews and interviews with family and friends of Burdge lead to the identity of the suspects. Burdge cause of death was from multiple injuries that encompass blunt force and sharp force trauma after the suspects allegedly tied him to a chair and beat him repeatedly at a residence in the village of Wellsville. The suspects later took Burdge to the Genesee River to dump the body.

All the adult suspects were arraigned at Allegany County Court and the Juvenile was arraigned in Youth Court.

NYSP Forensic Identification Unit, Underwater Recovery Unit, Wellsville Police Department and the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office assisted.

11 comments :

Anonymous said...

wow ... shagged him down like on TV.. Wow! I hope you all go to Jail for Killing this young man..

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable !!!!!

Anonymous said...

These officers and investigators are apparently good at their police jobs, which is most important. However, who ever writes these reports really needs a course or two in English composition.

Anonymous said...

You people who keep calling things hanus should have been all over this one. What could be more hanus than this? The participants in this ought to be subjected to the same treatment as the victim. Sell ringside seats and give the money to the victim's family. It's called justice.

Anonymous said...

This sure is “Heinous” & pray they’ll get justice for this young mans family ! Just makes me sick !!! They all deserve to be taken out & beat themselves !

How2b said...

I'd like to know what he did that drove them to this point of rage. Sad...very sad.

Anonymous said...

! No doubt in my mind what it’s probably related too but it’s only my assumption

Anonymous said...

Money for nothing and get your chicks for free!!

Tony said...

I'll bet my lunch money drugs were involved... any takers?

shep said...

In this day and age, my first guess would be it's drug related. Comments??

Unknown said...

They all of them