Suzzette Occhibone Death – Two women from Sioux City are charged with the murder of a family member. The charges against Jessica Bino, 32, and Angela Bino, 59, are first-degree murder, according to Sioux City Police. Jessica’s grandma and Angela’s mother, Suzzette Occhibone, was the victim, according to court documents. According to court records, Occhibone, Jessica, and Angela shared an apartment building at 607 Virginia Street in Sioux City.
What was Suzzette Occhibone’s cause of death?
Authorities claim that during the evening of Thursday, October 26, 2023, Jessica and Occhibone got into a fight in the residence. According to the authorities, Angela was in the flat as well and eventually got involved in the argument. Authorities claim that at some point, Jessica and Angela started punching Occhibone. Then, according to reports, Jessica entered the kitchen, took out a knife, and repeatedly stabbed Occhibone.
Authorities claim that during this purported attack, Angela repeatedly struck Occhibone with a glass candelabra and then a hammer. According to court records, at approximately 11:54 p.m., someone saw Jessica and Angela pulling Occhibone into a car in the parking lot of the apartment building.
Suspects arrested and charged
Later on, that car was determined to be Occhibone’s. Authorities think that Occhibone was being attempted to be placed inside the car’s trunk by the two of them. Just before midnight, according to the police, they did receive a call reporting that a woman had died at the apartment building. Occhibone was in the parking lot when the police arrived on the scene. At the scene, she was pronounced deceased.
As per the police, Jessica and Angela were apprehended after being discovered in their flat. Inside the flat, police allegedly discovered more stabbing evidence. On November 6, 2023, Jessica and Angela are scheduled to appear in court for the first time. On a $500,000 bond, both were checked into the Woodbury County Jail.
The family will release Suzzette Occhibone’s obituary and funeral arrangements at a later date.
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