New York Trailer Park Manager Admits to Killing Tenant
The crime happened back in April of 2016 and the suspect had a crazy admission in court on Tuesday.
According to the Albany Times Union, Harold Wolcott plead guilty Tuesday to a single charge of criminally negligent homicide in New York's Saratoga County Court after his initial charge of first degree strangulation and second degree manslaughter was changed to the single charge.
Wolcott, who was the manager of a Milton mobile home park, admitted in court to killing a tenant after the two got into a fight over loud music.
Wolcott was arrested last April at the trailer park, Creek and Pines in Milton after Saratoga County deputies were called to the trailer park because of a reported dispute between two men. When they arrived they found Scott A. Montie, 51, trapped in a headlock and unresponsive.
Montie died two days later.
Wolcott will be sentenced on March 24th and could face between 1 1/3 to four years in prison.