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Police Looking for Public's Help to Solve Norwich Woman's Murder

A Norwich woman has died after police say she was beaten to death.

Her estranged boyfriend is now charged with murder, and Chenango County Sheriff's want your help investigating what happened.

Lucinda Knoll, 39, died Sunday two days after Chenango County sheriff's responded to a report that a woman had been assaulted and beaten in Knoll's Bourbon Street driveway.

Knoll's former boyfriend, 48-year old William Danielson of Oxford, is charged with murder.

The Sheriff's office wants to talk with anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area of Maple Grove Trailer Park around 6am. on Friday.  That is about 4.5 miles from Knoll's Bourbon Street home.

If you can help, call 607-337-1921.

A press conference is scheduled for Tuesday at 11am.

Fox 40 will have a news crew there and will bring you the latest information.


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