Woman kills ex-landlord with hammer after he confronted her about forged checks, prosecutors say

Posted On: Nov 28, 2022   |   Posted By: NBC News

A Massachusetts woman allegedly beat her former landlord to death with a hammer after he found out she was allegedly forging checks in his name and stole over $40,000, officials say.

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