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Husband Accused of Murdering Pediatrician Wife Inside Multi-Million Dollar Home


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This is the first homicide in the upscale suburb of Scarsdale, New York in nearly 40 years. The quiet town is home to wealthy bankers, low-profile media types, and sports celebrities. And now police are investigating murder of Dr. Robin Goldman, a pediatrician who is affiliated with Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.¬†Police say she frantically called 911, telling dispatchers she was injured. When investigators arrived, they found Goldman stabbed to death inside the 5 bedroom, 4 bath home, about 25 miles from New York City.

Goldman’s husband, 61-year-old Jules Reich, has been charged with second degree murder. He is a tax attorney, and partner at WeiserMazars LLP, according to his social media profile. Police say Reich filed for divorce in August 2015. Reich is expected to be in court on Tuesday.

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