NYPD: 3 women arrested, charged for fatal beating of woman outside Allerton bank
A trio of women who allegedly assaulted a woman outside a bank in the Bronx last month are now facing charges in connection to her death.
Police say it took detectives about a month to find all three women, with the last suspect being arrested Thursday.
The woman were arrested in connection to the death of 43-year-old Tamara Sinclair. According to police, all three have been charged with robbery and murder.
According to officials, 21-year-old Reign Harney was the first to be arrested on Feb. 27. Prosecutors say the incident happened on Feb. 11, when Harney thought she left her card inside TD Bank and the victim, Sinclair, would not let her in to get it.
News 12 is told Sinclair then walked to the Bank of America across the street on Pelham Parkway and White Plains Road when she was assaulted by the three women. The criminal complaint says Sinclair was grabbed by the neck and thrown to the ground while they took her cellphone.
Prosecutors say Sinclair did not go to the hospital right away, but did eventually did go for a fractured ankle. The last time she left the hospital, she was told to stay because she might have blood clots but left because she did not have health insurance.
She was found dead the next day, Feb. 21, inside her home.
Prosecutors say the cause of her death was a pulmonary clot from her injured ankle.