SOUTH OZONE PARK—A girlfriend was stabbed to death allegedly by her boyfriend Tuesday morning in a fatal domestic dispute in Richmond Hill, police said. Officers from the 102nd Precinct responded to 911 call at 6:46 a.m. Tuesday about a domestic dispute in a basement apartment at 95-30 134 St. in Richmond Hill, according to police.
Officers found 27-year-old Yolanda Gonsalvez with a stab wound to the shoulder and a stab wound to the wrist. Emergency medical services responders pronounced Gonsalvez dead at the scene, according to the police.
Police did not find the suspected attacker, her 24-year old boyfriend Miguel Pichardo, at the scene. Pichardo showed up later, walking around outside in his pajamas, police said.
Gonsalvez lived with her boyfriend in their Richmond Hill basement apartment on 134th Street, police said.
Pichardo was arraigned Wednesday and charged with murder with intent, criminal possession of a weapon and tampering with physical evidence, according to court records.
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