History of Amsterdam double murder
Ivan Ramos, the man convicted of a 2012 double murder in Amsterdam, was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday morning. These are some of the sights since the March 2012 slaying. Posted on March 18, 2013.
Ivan Ramos, inset right, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the stabbing deaths of Amsterdam residents William McDermott, inset left, and Cheryl Goss, inset center. Background photo shows crime scene investigators and police at the scene of the murders on March 2 on Locust Avenue. (Photo by Edward Munger Jr.)
During Monday afternoon press conference at Amsterdam Police Headquarters, Montgomery County District Attorney Jed Conboy announces the sealed indictment of Ivan Ramos that charges him with the murders of William McDermott and Cheryl Goss on March 2nd, 2012 at McDermott's home located at 359 Locust Ave. in Amsterdam. New York State Police, Senior Investigator Major Crimes Unit, David F. Madden Jr. is at left.
After a Monday afternoon press conference at Amsterdam Police Headquarters, daughters of murder victim Cheryl Goss, Hope Faboskay, left, and Kelly Faboskay, right, react to questions from the press about their mother. Goss and William McDermott were murdered on March 2nd, 2012 at McDermotts home located at 359 Locust Ave. in Amsterdam. Ivan Ramos of Milton Ave. Amsterdam has been charged with the double murders.
A Montgomery County Court Jury will hear closing arguments Friday morning in the double murder trial of Ivan "Big Man" Ramos, the Amsterdam man facing first-degree murder charges. Ramos is accused of stabbing Cheryl Goss and William McDermott to death in March 2012. Here NYS Correctional Services correction officer leads Ramos into his trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse on Friday morning.