Bronx man, 23, walks into a police station and confesses that he killed his 21-year-old girlfriend

Bronx man, 23, walks into a police station and confesses that he killed his 21-year-old girlfriend who strangled & # 39; was in their apartment

  • Angel Feliz-Rodriguez, 23, is said to have announced that he had killed girlfriend on Wednesday
  • Just before six o'clock he walked into the Bronx in 46th Precinct and promised
  • He told the police that they could find Indira Ramirez-Rivera's body (21) in his apartment
  • When the police arrived on the spot, they found Ramirez-Rivera with a trauma in the neck
  • The police believe she's strangled; an autopsy will determine its cause of death
  • Rodriguez has been charged with murder and manslaughter, the authorities said

A man from New York reportedly entered a police station and confessed that he would kill his girlfriend Wednesday night.

Angel Felix Rodriguez, 23, arrived at the 46th Precinct around 6 p.m. and told officers that he had murdered his 21-year-old girlfriend Indira Ramirez-Rivera.

He then gave officers permission to search his apartment on Nelson Avenue and Shakespeare Avenue in Morris Heights in the Bronx.

Angel Felix Rodriguez (right), 23, arrived on Wednesday evening around 6 p.m. in the 46th Precinct in the Bronx, New York and told agents that he had murdered his 21-year-old girlfriend Indira Ramirez-Rivera (left)

Angel Felix Rodriguez (right), 23, arrived on Wednesday evening around 6 p.m. in the 46th Precinct in the Bronx, New York and told agents that he had murdered his 21-year-old girlfriend Indira Ramirez-Rivera (left)

He then gave officers permission to search the Morris Heights couple's apartment in the Bronx, where they found Ramirez-Rivera's body in the bathroom. The police observed a trauma to her neck that made her believe she was strangled

He then gave officers permission to search the Morris Heights couple's apartment in the Bronx, where they found Ramirez-Rivera's body in the bathroom. The police observed a trauma to her neck that made her believe she was strangled

He then gave officers permission to search the Morris Heights couple's apartment in the Bronx, where they found Ramirez-Rivera's body in the bathroom. The police observed a trauma to her neck that made her believe she was strangled

According to News 12, when the authorities arrived at the couple's house, they found Ramirez-Rivera's body in the bathroom.

The police observed a trauma to her neck that made her believe she was strangled.

A medical examiner performs an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

Shortly after confessing the crime, Rodriguez was seen escorting handcuffs from the district.

Rodriguez lowered his head and covered his face with his hood while agents laid him in the back of a patrol car.

Neighbors told the New York Daily News that Rodriguez & # 39; was very jealous & not like the way Ramirez-Rivera dressed when she went out and was susceptible to violence.

The couple shared a basement apartment on Nelson Avenue and Shakespeare Avenue in Morris Heights in the Bronx (above)

The couple shared a basement apartment on Nelson Avenue and Shakespeare Avenue in Morris Heights in the Bronx (above)

The couple shared a basement apartment on Nelson Avenue and Shakespeare Avenue in Morris Heights in the Bronx (above)

Her friend, Andy Rodriguez, told the newspaper that she wanted to go back to her apartment to pack her things and leave him.

& # 39; I didn't expect him to do something like that, & # 39; he said.

They both worked in bars in the Bronx, according to their neighbors.

Rodriguez has been charged with murder and manslaughter.

Attorney information for Rodriguez was not immediately clear. An investigation is ongoing.

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