Brooklyn man gets 22 years for killing foster mother

Man’s adopted sister grills him in court during murder sentencing

April 11, 2018 By Paul Frangipane Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Jayvon Mulzac during his Brooklyn Supreme Court sentencing. Eagle photos by Paul Frangipane
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Before a Brooklyn judge sentenced a man who killed his foster mother to 22 years to life in prison, the killer’s sister sat down smiling and verbally attacked him in court yesterday.

“Thank God we are finally rid of you,” Shiffon Mulzac told her brother, Jayvon Mulzac. “Thank God we no longer have to think about you or deal with you,”

She continued, “You have done nothing but bring your misery and destruction to everybody’s lives.”

Jayvon Mulzac looked up at the ceiling while his sister read from her statement.

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The 29-year-old man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on March 15 for fatally strangling his foster mother inside her Canarsie home.

“God will always get me through everything,” he responded in Brooklyn Supreme Court.

Mulzac became a suspect after his mother Noreen Mulzac, 70, was found dead inside her ransacked home, bound with electric cords and strangled on July 18, 2017, prosecutors said.

Mulzac’s mother also had an order of protection against him because he previously had robbed her.

Her foster son was caught and spent about four months in jail in Massachusetts before he was extradited back to Brooklyn. When Pittsfield, Massachusetts, police arrested him in August 2017, he began quoting passages from the Bible and asked for his lawyer, according to court documents.

“This defendant committed a heinous crime by killing his own mother — a beloved an innocent woman,” Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said in a statement. “He had no accepted responsibility for this senseless murder and we will continue to fight for all victims of familial violence.”

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