THE BRONX - Police say the death of a building superintendent in Tremont has been reclassified as a homicide.
As News 12 reported, the body of 45-year-old Israel Ramos-Lopez was found in his apartment at 22-75 Morris Ave. Monday morning.
Ramos, who worked at the building for 20 years, lived in the same building but a different apartment from his wife and stepson. The stepson told News 12 that he was informed Sunday night that his stepfather was having an argument with his roommate after a night of heavy drinking.
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He says that he called police to the scene, but Ramos did not answer the door.
Police say that they found his Ramos’ body in the bedroom of his apartment, with a cut to his head. Ramos was pronounced dead at the scene.